BIKERS from Huddersfield rode `to Hell and back' to raise more than £1,100 for charity.
More than 100 motorbikers rode to Devil's Bridge in Kirby Lonsdale, between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, to raise cash for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
The event marked the opening of the new DC Motorcycles Showroom, in Alder Street, Fartown.
Devil's Bridge is a traditional weekend meeting place for bikers, with many leaping from the bridge into the river to cool off after the journey.
Yorkshire Air Ambulance fundraising manager Pam Thornes said: "We gain fantastic support from Yorkshire's biking community. We are very grateful to DC Motorcycles owner Dick Cartwright for staging this event."
Mr Cartwright said: "The Yorkshire Air Ambulance provides an essential service to the county and one we can't afford to be without.
"Bikers rely upon the speed of the helicopter in many life-saving situations.
"We are pleased to support the service's vital work."
The event raised £1,130, mainly from a bucket collection at Devil's Bridge.
DC Motorcycles are already planning their next motorbike fundraising event, a `rock 'n' roll' next month - which will include a stick of rock and a cheese roll in Blackpool.