School friends Logan McHenry, Wilfred McKibben and Tyler Barrett wanted to do something to help sick children and their families.
So, they hopped on their bikes and off they went.
The trio set themselves a challenge to ride a set amount of kilometres in a 10 day period, aiming to each raise $500 to be donated towards Ronald McDonald House.
"All three of us were going to try and raise $1500," Tyler said.
That time has now ended, with each of the boys exceeding their riding targets with the help of their family and friends - riding more than 520 kilometres combined while raising more than $6000 for the cause.
Wilfred McKibben last year rode his bike to raise funds for homelessness services during the height of the pandemic, and hopped on his bike again for the new challenge.
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"I thought I'd do it again because that was awesome," he said.
"I thought it would be fun helping people."
At the end of the challenge, all three boys agreed they were happy with their efforts, and excited to have raised so much money for Ronald McDonald House, hoping that more sick children and their families would be provided with accommodation.
"I feel accomplished," Logan said.
"I thought I would have raised less than that."
Wilfred's mother Jackie McKibben said all of the families of the boys were extremely proud of their efforts.
"The three of them have been so determined to accomplish their own personal goals and goal as a team," she said.
"They've absolutely smashed them, and persevered on top of schoolwork and their other sporting commitments.
"Logan has been riding to and from school almost daily, Wilfred does BMX as well and Tyler has been riding with his uncles.
"It's been great to see family and friends supporting and getting behind them, and we're really proud of their achievements.
"For young boys to do something so selfless is really special."
To support the boys on their fundraising efforts, visit their group fundraising page.
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