Nine-year-old William Nicol set out with his grandad Stephen Andrews, mum Alison and two uncles on Saturday for a family bike ride with a difference.
Raising money for the Norfolk Churches Trust in its 30th anniversary event, William rode 35 miles and visited 18 churches within eight hours.
Starting from Hunstanton, the family cycled to Old Hunstanton and Ringstead before finding the wind was so strong they had to pedal downhill to the coast road and Holme.
The journey continued along the coast stopping at each church along the way including St Mary’s Burnham Deepdale, where Stephen had married Angela nearly 40 years ago.
On to Burnham Market and hot sausage rolls in the Market Place, the family continued to the Roman Catholic church of St Henry followed by St Mary’s, Burnham Westgate where Stephen’s mother used to clean the church and his father stoked the boiler and wound the clock.
Continuing inland to Docking, Fring, Sedgeford and Heacham, the cyclists reached St Edmund’s, Hunstanton, with five minutes to spare.
Stephen said: “Thank you to everyone who sponsored us, and a very special well done to William. It was a tough bike ride in very high winds and William’s achievement is even more remarkable when you realise that he did all this on a bike that doesn’t have gears!”