HARRY Haseley, 66, has clocked up a staggering 16,250 miles cycling this year - and has no intention of stopping.
The Accrington pensioner, a marathon runner before he took up cycling around five years ago, has almost never got off his bike since as he continues to ride away with prizes.
The Great Harwood cyclist was crowned Lancashire and Cheshire 12-hour champion for his age group last year with 223 miles in that time.
And for the 10 miles (where he clocked 23 minutes and 49 seconds); 25 miles (one hour 00 06); 50 miles (2;20:02) and 100 miles (fours hours 46) he is the 37th in the country aged over 40.
"I have also been my age group champion for the last three years at 64, 65 and now again this year at 66. I just really enjoy it," said Harry.
Accrington Road Runner Harry gave up marathon running after clocking up 129 26 milers.
After years of pressure on his knees, he decided to turn his hand to cycling and has never looked back.
"Over the last five years, I have averaged 302 miles a week," he added.