The Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride was back for the second year in a row in Mount Isa.
Over 30 distinguished gentlemen and women dressed up in their finest glad rags and gathered in the Buffs car park for a jaunt around the Sunday morning, September 29.
As well as sprucing up, riders also make sure their classic or vintage bike is looking immaculate too.
This is a part of a worldwide event where over 130,000 classic and vintage styled motorcyclists around the globe in 110 countries and 700 cities suited up in their smartest attire and unite in the annual The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride to raise millions of dollars for prostate cancer.
The ride is free though riders are encouraged to donate to the cause and fundraise among family and friends.
The ride, first started in Mount Isa in 2018, is in support of the Movember movement promoting research and awareness of Men's health and mental problems.
It is a slow ride around town, not a race, with the riders' garb preventing any speeding.
After setting off for 40 minutes around the city, the riders stopped at Cancer House in Alma St before driving on to meet members the Restored Car Club near the airport at 10:45am.
Organiser Peter Roberts was joined in his Chan Jiang Vietnamese motorcycle by Brynn Lovelock in the sidecar. Mr Roberts said the ride raised funds for prostate cancer research and male suicide prevention.
"510,000 die globally from suicide every year, nearly one man every minute, Mount Isa, as we know, is not exempt," Mr Roberts said.
"Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men worldwide, 380,000 die each and by 2030 there will be 1.7 million men living after a diagnosis of prostate cancer."
But fundraising wasn't the only goal of the ride.
"More importantly the ride raises public awareness for men's health," Mr Roberts said.
"The charity partners for the Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride is the Movember movement and the money raised goes through the Movember Movement."
Mr Roberts said the goal this year was to raise seven million dollars worldwide.
You can still donate via the Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride website searching for "Mount Isa". The Mount Isa ride had made almost $5000 so far this year.
Founded by Mark Hawwa in Sydney, the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride has raised over $18 million for charity since 2013.
It was inspired by a photo of TV Show Mad Men's, Don Draper astride a classic bike and wearing his finest suit.