Adrian Whitehead and his friend Nick Goodall competed in the cycling equivalent of the London Marathon to raise funds for charity.

They cycled a staggering 100 miles through the closed streets of the capital, through Surrey and finishing outside Buckingham Palace, while raising money for Well Child.

Adrian, who lives in Goodrich, finished in an incredible six hours and 20 minutes. He told the Ross Gazette:?“Although it was gruelling, aggressive and very tough, riding a phenomenal 100 miles for a great charity, it felt incredible racing down the Mall. Heading for the finish as people in their hundreds cheered all the way to Buckingham Palace was just a brilliant feeling.”

If you would like to support Adrian and the charity just search online for ‘virgin money giving Moosers’.

The pair have already raised more than £800 by taking part in the Prudential London 100 cycle ride to help sick children.