Scores of riders got on their bikes in memory of young cyclist Lewis Balyckyi.
The Lewis Balyckyi memorial ride took place on Sunday, with three rides around the Trough of Bowland.
The 18-year-old from Walton-le-Dale was killed in a collision with a van in 2011.
Former Lostock Hall High School pupil Lewis was about to move to France to embark on a professional cycling career and had been tipped for the 2012 Olympics.
His parents, Kevin and Jacqui Balyckyi set up the Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund to raise money to help junior cyclists achieve their dream.
The memorial ride was to raise funds to help the charity continue its work.
Dad Kevin said: “It was brilliant, we had 235 people turn up. We had brilliant weather, we couldn’t have asked for better weather.
“The people we have spoken to have all said they enjoyed it.
“Some people got sponsored and there as an entry fee and a tombola, North West Air Ambulance had a stall there.
“We have raised about £5,000 which is brilliant.”
There was family ride, a men and boys ride and the man up ride.
To find out more about the charity’s work, visit: www.lbtf.org/