Thousands of cyclists riding in this year's Pan-Mass. Challenge triumphantly crossed the finish line in Wellesley, Massachusetts, Sunday.
This is the 35th annual charity bike ride and it benefits the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund.
The Pan-Mass. Challenge is the most successful athletic fundraising event in the country.
The 190-mile bike-a-thon drew nearly 6,000 cyclists from from 35 states and eight countries.
Organizers say this year's ride is expected to raise about $40 million.
Saturday, 60 riders were treated for hypothermia and there were accidents due to rain.