A group of family and friends cycled 200 miles over the bank holiday weekend, fundraising for Kent, Sussex and Surrey Air Ambulance.
The cyclists raised more than £6,000 and of the 60 cyclists, some 25 came from Shoreham.
The journey began at Shoreham Beach and took the National Route 2 along the Sussex coast.
Ellie Healy, 23, of Shoreham Beach, was one of the main organisers.
Chris Bailey, 30, was one of those riding. He said: “We are a group of family and friends who came together and in various ways had experienced the service that the air ambulance provides. It was a collective feeling for a worthy cause.
“It was challenging and tough. We had a real mixture of bikes – old, road, mountain and fold-up. On the third day, the hills in Dorset were a challenge and like nothing we had seen before. It was physically demanding but we had a good time. There were many funny moments one of the guys got very saddle sore and one night a guy’s tent leaked and so he slept in the toliet.”