The team of 85 set off from the hospice at the Mount Vernon Hospital site in Northwood and travelled through Amersham, Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead and Croxley Green.
The route finished at the hospice where the cyclists were given a well-deserved cup of tea.
Local police were on hand offering free bike servicing.
Trish Mule, events and community fundraiser at MSH said: "We have had great feedback from the event and we hope to beat last year’s total."
Eddie Hodges one of the riders said: “This was my sixth year at this event. This year I didn't know what to expect as the route was much more challenging. It was a great route with lots of hills, the signage and the marshalling were excellent and I couldn’t fault the organisation of the event.”
Fellow rider David Gwynne-Evans said: “The bike ride was really well organised, all the riders were well looked after both at the start and the finish. The route was fantastic and very challenging and it’s a great way to support your local charity.”
There is no charge for the care provided at Michael Sobell Hospice but we rely heavily on donations to raise the £1.4 million required each year to maintain a high standard of care to the local community.
For more information visit www.michaelsobellhospice.co.uk.