A cyclist who crashed on Honister Pass on Friday afternoon was wearing a crash helmet which prevented significant injury, according to rescuers.
Eight members of Keswick Mountain Rescue Team were joined by the North West Ambulance Service crew which responded to the call out just after 4pm on Friday.
The cyclist has crashed at the notorious bridge section of the pass on his descent towards Buttermere.
A KMRT spokesman said: “On arrival an assessment was made and although the cyclist was dazed there were no apparent significant injuries. Fortunately he was wearing a helmet. An ambulance soon arrived, and after a further check the cyclist able to walk to the ambulance which then transported him to hospital.”