Isaac Rudd at the finish line. Pictures: Ian Burt

A six-year-old boy’s charity cycling challenge saw him quadruple his fundraising target. 

Isaac Rudd, of South Wootton, set himself the challenge of cycling 100 miles throughout last month with the aim of raising £500.

And as he pedalled his last stint on Sunday to be greeted by his cheering family, the youngster learned he had raised £2,333 for Prostate Cancer UK.

Isaac is presented with a special cake from his proud family.

His dad Joe Rudd, who cycled with his son, said: “Isaac said he is sad it is over because he enjoyed getting on his bike every day and likes to put others first before him. We are super proud of him.”

A balloon arch in the Prostate Cancer UK colours marked the finish line.

His mum Kayleigh, younger brother Oliver and his grandparents were all there in support.

Isaac, who attends South Wootton Infant School,  was treated to a special cake and a trip to Bewilderwood.