A town's annual community cycle is returning - with the same entry fees as 11 years ago. 

Ride North Norfolk, organised by Active Fakenham, will take place on August 27 with prices starting from £8 for over 16s.

Fakenham & Wells Times: Richard Crook, chairman of Active FakenhamRichard Crook, chairman of Active Fakenham (Image: Archant)

Richard Crook, Active Fakenham chairman, said: “We are aware of the cost of living crisis and we are proud that we have been able to maintain the low cost of entry and have never put up the cost of entry.

“Our event is still a community-run event with many volunteers and local groups supporting us."

This year routes range from 15 to 102 miles.

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The entry price includes drinks and food including homemade flapjacks, a trophy or medal when you finish, a goodie bag and photos.

After the ride there will be a social at Fakenham Community Centre in Oak Street with a barbecue and other food, stalls and music by performers such as Anto Morra.

People can sign up for the ride online at the Active Fakenham website or through British Cycling.