Charity cyclist in action on Sunday. Pictures: Cathy Barber.

Cyclists pedalled miles for charity when they took part in a ride to raise money for Break.

More than 300 riders started and finished at The Walks in King’s Lynn, completing routes of either 30, 60 or 120 miles through the West Norfolk countryside.

The ride went through Sandringham and some cyclists reached Holkham Hall.

The fundraiser was staged by the charity and Bike Events, organisers of fundraising and recreational rides.

It was also supported by Norwich Organ Donation Committee to raise awareness of the importance of organ donation as well as NHS Blood and Transplant.

The money raised will help to support the work of Break with vulnerable children, young people with disabilities, families in need of support and children at risk in Lynn and  other parts of East Anglia

Helen Dingle, senior fundraiser at Break, said: “A huge thank-you to everyone who took part in the event and for raising money for the young people and families we support.

“We got some lovely feedback about the route and the amazing Norfolk scenery.”

The event also included refreshments, massage for tired legs and live music.

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