A DESERVING group of pub goers managed to beat their target of raising money for Prostate Cancer UK by cycling over 90 miles.

The Golden Farmer pub in Bracknell saw 20 of its dedicated locals embark on a cycle ride along the Kennet and Avon Canal on Saturday, June 22.

After raising more money than expected, the cyclists met up at their beloved local on Sunday to try and get to the £4,000 mark for a charity close to their heart.

Jessica Irvine was inspired to take part in the cycle ride after her Dad John was diagnosed with terminal cancer.

Her dad managed to cycle 30 miles before being pick up by a support car, feeling 'super chuffed' with himself for taking on the challenge.

She said: "From all of the chat on our group, many of us are feeling rather delicate.

"It is all for a worthy cause and we had a great team of supporters out their fuelling us every 10 miles or so, as well as enjoying some of the beautiful pubs over the last 30 miles of our ride."

The team received their personalised cycling tops and have trained for the challenge by riding for over 50 miles on the weekends.

Jessica added: "We want to help make a difference since prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK."

Visit: justgiving.com/fundraising/goldenfarmer to donate to their fundraising page.