A group of cyclists from Harborough have raised more than £2,000 in the name of charity after they biked across Britain and Ireland.
The 580 mile journey took them from Europe’s most westerly point right - Dingle in County Kerry, Ireland - to Britain’s most easterly point at Lowestoft in Suffolk.
The six day ride saw the team of David Newcombe, Rob Gomez, Ash Broughton and Michael Lee cover three countries and one sea.
The foursome, who were supported by driver Mick Dunne, started the challenge in Ireland on Sunday, September 8.
They passed through Harborough last Thursday, stopping to pose for this photo with Neil Holman of George Halls Cycle Centre before completing their journey the following day.
David had said before the event: “It’s great to be able to help such fantastic causes and to hopefully raise a large sum of money for them.”
Members of the team had previously cycled 833 miles south to north, from Lizard Point in Cornwall, to Dunnet Head in Scotland.
This east to west challenge was in aid of Cancer Research UK and the Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance service.
The group were supported by county-based door manufacturer Hörmann, Exodus Financial Services, Stephen Sanderson Transport, and Tony Marlow at Husbands Bosworth-based Languard.
For more information about the team and to donate to their cause, visit www.virginmoneygiving.com/W2E
Pic cap: David Newcombe, Rob Gomez, Stan Robinson, Neil Holman of George Halls, Michael Bruce Lee and Ash Broughton