They are on their way home.
The 180 riders on Huddersfield Town’s Pedal for Pounds 7 bike ride are heading back into town.
Pictures on social media saw some of the cyclists taking a well-earned break.
The riders left Liverpool’s iconic Anfield Stadium shortly after 9am this morning on the 68-mile ride back to Huddersfield own’s Canalside training base.
Their route will see them come back into Yorkshire at Standedge, above Marsden.
The ride, the seventh in the series. is again backing the Keep It Up campaign, a fundraising event generating cash for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance (YAA) and the Huddersfield Town Academy.
Many fans and sponsors are involved in the ride dubbed The Shankly Tour, as homage to the late great Bill Shankly, taking in three of the clubs he managed: Carlisle United (1948-1951), Huddersfield Town (1956-1959) and Liverpool FC (1959-1974).
The ride began on Wednesday at Carlisle United’s Brunton Park and finished 80 miles south in Lancaster. The second day saw the riders pass Preston North End – whom Shankly played for from 1933 to 1949 – and end in Liverpool, which is 65 miles in total.
There will be a celebration for the cyclists at PPG Canalside on the Friday evening with friends and family welcome.
And on Saturday, the day of Town’s last home game versus Brentford, the riders will make their way to the John Smith’s Stadium for their lap of honour.
WATCH the Pedal 4 Pounds 5 homecoming below