There was a good mix of ages, and a fair proportion of women riders, along with our youngest rider Thomas Denton, aged just 7 years, from Scarborough, who completed the Langtoft loop ride with dad James.
Well done to Thomas.
Joe Burns aged 13 years from York also completed the ride, his 3rd sportive along with his dad.
It's great to see young cyclists gaining experience alongside their parents.
Representing one of the women cyclists was Katie Drewery, taking part in her first Sportive, prior to doing the coast to coast in August. Another local rider from Driffield was Symone, taking part in the classic ride of 100km.
Charlotte Somerville supported by Mark Ford were one of the first couples back from the Langdale loop, Charlotte is visually impaired, but that did not stop her from making a jolly good time.
Adam and Phil were ably supported by a great back up team, including Dominic Bent and Niall McGlone from Cliff Pratt Cycles, who were on hand to check over cycles.
Repair2ride followed the cyclists and helped out those who needed assistance on the ride.
Becca Haskins aged just 10 years old, enjoyed selling raffle tickets and drawing the raffle.
East Coast Cycles did a stirling job serving up hot and cold refreshments and Margaret Buckton and team provided tasty hot pies and peas, very welcome on such a cold day.
Torq fitness were on hand to provide energy drinks to cyclists.
At the end of the ride each cyclist was presented with a bottle of Maillot Jaune from Great Newsome brewery, very welcome.
Finally a mention for Mike Smith who set the cyclists off with a smile and wave, and saw all cyclists return triumph from their own personal challenges, to feel justly proud of their very special day out in the Heart of the Wolds.
Well done to everyone who took part, and enjoy next week as a spectator to the Tour de Yorkshire.