Cyclists gear up for KEF charity bikeathon from Milton Keynes to Hendon Park

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Dozens of weary cyclists pedalled into Hendon at the end of a charity 100km bike ride this weekend.

Nearly 80 riders took part in the London-based Jewish charity KEF's first ever sponsored bikeathon from Milton Keynes, which culminated with a carnival in Hendon Park in the afternoon.

There was also a petting zoo, pony rides, a bouncy castle, go-karting and games such as hook a duck.

Proceeds went to KEF, which provides out of school activities for children with special needs and disabilities.

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