Hundreds of motorbikes rumbled their way from Pinjarra to Mandurah to deliver toys to less-fortunate children in the annual Murray to Mandurah Motorcycle Charity Ride on Saturday morning.
You could have been forgiven for thinking the city resembled that of a Sons of Anarchy Christmas special, with more than 600 bikes decked out in tinsel and laden with teddy bears cruising from Sir Ross McLarty Oval to the western foreshore as part of the ride.
The convoy rolled down the main drag and over the bridge to cheers from onlookers, ending their run to a resounding applause.
Each year during the festive season volunteers from Mandurah Murray Ulysses Group prepare and distribute hampers while raising money on the run, with stalls, a sausage sizzle and entertainment available on the day.
The event is spearheaded by volunteers from the Ulysses Motorcycle Club.