Around 800 cyclists and support crew rode into Port Fairy yesterday morning marking another very successful Woody's Murray to Moyne Cycling event.
Around half a million dollars was raised through this year's event for health care providers and local hospitals right across the state.
Race Director John Clue says it's been a great success once again with huge support from teams and support crews from right across the state.
He says one of the criteria to go in the event is that you must raise money for a health provider of your choice.
For many riders it's been 20 or more consecutive years of taking part in the iconoic event.
John says over the 33 years of the event they've raised around 20 million dollars.
He says they have a good committee of 16 people dedicated to the cause of raising funds for health providers.