The annual fundraising event took more than 80 cyclists 100 miles across Cayman, either as an individual or part of a team, to raise money for Feed our Future, a charity with a mission to solve childhood hunger in the Cayman Islands.
The challenging bike ride commenced at 5am and finished at 12 noon, and participants were treated to a well-earned pasta brunch in Ristorante Pappagallo at the finish.
CEO of SMP Partners (Caribbean Region) Stephen Turner and his team supported the event by manning a refreshment stand, Rum Point, at the halfway point.
Stephen Turner said: 'Feed our Future is such an important charitable organisation in the Cayman Islands, and as our charity of 2017/18 it has been a pleasure supporting it this far.
'The Century Ride was a brilliant day and it was great to see cyclists of all ages and abilities take part. We thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the action and providing refreshments to the participants, while also raising money for a valuable cause in our community.'
Daniel Cummings, Director at Feed our Future, said: 'Our annual Century Ride is always a powerful demonstration of our community rallying together to combat childhood hunger, through funding nutritionally-balanced school lunch programmes in Cayman, with riding enthusiasts of all levels coming out to support our cause.'
'We sincerely appreciate the support of the sponsors, volunteers and riders who contribute to this event's success and we look forward to another successful ride next year!'