People pedalled away at the Louth Hospice Bikeathon and raised £528.
Almost 50 people took part in the bike ride back in June.
It started and finished at the Meridian Leisure Centre and was organised to help promote cycling for Bike Week by the local branch of CTC (Cyclists’ Touring club), a national charity organisation.
It was a success. There were 50 mile and 30 mile rides with riders from Louth Velo, Alford Wheelers and the Louth Triathlon clubs taking part amongst others.
Alan Hockham and Tim Newbury handed over the money to hospice volunteer Philip Burman.