The ride took place on Sunday and participants could choose from five routes ranging from 8 miles to 50 miles from Sir John Lehman High School.
The event was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Bekles and raised funds for the East Anglia Air Ambulance and the Rotary Club’s Charitable Trust.
Rotary club organizers hope the power of the cyclists’ pedals will raise more than £4,000.
Beckles Mayor Barry Durch waved the riders off and then joined the mayor’s wife to run the 8-mile route.
This year, children in family groups attended free of charge, as normal costs were fully subsidized by donations from Chartered Financial Planners in Norfolk and Suffolk.
Snacks at school were provided by the Beccles Inner Wheel Club.
Organizing Committee Head Paul Randle said: “We are very grateful to the mayor and mayor for supporting our event, the Leman school for providing the venue and their support, and our sponsors. ing.
“I would also like to thank the many helpers of the two clubs, their spouses, friends and especially all the riders who participated.
“While fundraising is the main purpose, we also want to offer fun community events.”
Lord Somerleyton also gave the cyclist who raised the most donations a prize of a day out for four in the gardens of Somerleyton Hall.
“About 200 riders took part and the weather was fine but a bit chilly, but then the sun came out and the riders enjoyed the warmth,” the club said in a statement.