After training for 15-months, on 13 September, Cameron and Sarah March set off on a gruelling four-day endurance ride.
Cameron, aged 50, said: "It was much tougher than we anticipated, especially the mental side of things.
"On day one I was knocked off my bike by a van, and by day three I was exhausted, in agony, and had a sense of total despair. I posted an update online that day and that's when the sponsorship money from family and friends for our chosen charity CLIC Sargent started pouring in."
Cameron is a Marketing Director for the company Signet, an official charity partner of CLIC Sargent, which owns and runs H. Samuel and Ernest Jones stores.
He added: "Sarah and I both turned 50 this year and wanted to undertake a challenge to mark the occasion, and to use it to raise money for charity. CLIC Sargent was the obvious choice.
"Every year we throw a Christmas or Easter party for children and their parents who are supported by CLIC Sargent and meeting them and hearing their stories kept me motivated in training, and on the ride.
"The work they do to support families through their darkest times is amazing, and alongside all the fundraising I do as part of the Signet team, I'm proud that Sarah and I have now made a big personal contribution to the cause."