A Stoke Bishop resident cycled over 260 miles around Bristol in 24 hours in aid of the charity Parkinson’s UK.
Fraser Jamieson, 57, has raised more than £4,000 to fund the charity’s vital work.
Fraser decided to fundraise for Parkinson’s UK because his step-father David, pictured, lives with the condition
He said: “The 24-hour cycling challenge was tough both mentally and physically but nowhere near as challenging as living with Parkinson’s is for David. He was a very active person before he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s, especially long distance walking. So many things that he had planned to do in retirement are now impossible for him.”