The local Harley Owners Group were out on the weekend bringing Christmas cheer on two wheels to Mount Isa.
The Mount Isa HOGs toy run going strong since the start of the century and has brought joy to many lives on Christmas.
This year around 35 riders gathered at the Outback at Isa with their motorbikes and best festive outfit on Saturday November 30.
Harley Owners Group director Dave Shraag said the annual toy run is a great chance to give to those less fortunate.
"We drive around collecting toys that have been donated and then give them to the Salvation Army," Mr Shraag said.
"We have 16 houses in this year's route so it will most likely take us over two hours.
"I've been a member of Mount Isa Harley Owners group for at least 12 years and enjoy being a part of every single year."
The Salvos follow around in their minibus to store the presents collected which they later distribute the goodies that are picked up during the toy run.
Mr Shraag said the finished with three van loads of toys and only one bike breaking down.
The toy run finished with refreshments at the Overlander Hotel.
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