Eight Young Farmers from the Bowland region in Lancashire cycled an ancient Wot Not bike to the YFC AGM in aid of charity.
Split in to two teams of four, the group, consisting of seven Chipping YFC members and one Samlesbury YFC member, rode from Chipping to Blackpool in one hour and 43 minutes.
Each team rode for for 20 minutes, while the remaining four members sat in the trailer offering support.
Chipping YFC’s chairman, Robert Flaherty, restored the bike which had once been used to cycle all the way to Torquay, many years ago.
Team member, Michael Winterbottom said: "When we told people we were hoping to complete the ride in under two hours, they all said it was impossible."
Always keen to take up a challenge, the group set off at 11am on Friday (May 6) morning and arrived in less than two hours, even after dealing with a puncture on the bike.
"The puncture added at least five minutes on to our time," explained Mr Winterbottom.
The ride was completed in aid of North West Air Ambulance and Rosemere Cancer Centre. Sponsorship forms are currently being collected, with a donation total expected soon.
Mr Winterbottom added: "It was hard work, but all for a good cause."