After six days on the road, the 62 participants in this year's Variety Postie Dash crossed the finish line in Tamworth on Friday.
Fitzroy mall was awash with colour, as the riders mingled with lunchtime shoppers.
The six-day charity ride passed through Tingha, Tenterfield, Tabulam, Casino, Lismore, Coutts Crossing, Glen Innes, Bald Blair and Armidale before returning to Tamworth.
Along the way they estimate they have injected more than $15,000 into every town they stopped at overnight and more than $4,000 for their lunch stops.
The ride itself is about helping kids who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs and included a number of donations.
This time around that included the donation or a wood fire oven and Carbide Router Kit to Peel High School.
"Peel High School students come from the local area and farming families who are struggling to survive in the drought affecting rural and regional areas of the country," Head Teacher TAS, Douangchanh (Nor) Chareunsouk-Hartley said.
"The donation of the Woodfired oven and CNC Router are both vital pieces of equipment for us to provide our students with practical skills they might otherwise miss out on."
Henry Parkes Public School, Casino Public School, Tabulam Public School, Glen Innes Public School and Bald Blair Public School also received donations of resources.