FITNESS fanatics in Huddersfield got on their bikes for charity.
Members and staff at the Stadium Health and Fitness Club took part in a marathon challenge to support children with autism in the Ukraine.
They cycled and rowed 150 miles throughout the day to raise money for the Huddersfield-based Reachout charity.
It is part of the Coast to Coast challenge that Kirklees Active Leisure staff are taking part in next weekend.
Organiser Anthony Devlin, of Kirklees Active Leisure, said: “The charity came to us to ask if we could support them and we came up with this idea.
“People came along in the morning before work and started cycling and rowing towards the distance we set of 225 kilometres, as that is the distance we’ll be cycling as part of the Coast to Coast challenge.
“By mid-morning we had done around 100 kilometres, so it went well.
Anthony is part of a team who will ride in the Coast to Coast challenge from Whitehaven to Sunderland next weekend for the charity.
He will be joined by Mike Forster, the charity’s treasurer and gym member, Andrew Vincent, Peter McLean and Barry Cooling.
Reachout helps children with autism in the Ukraine by providing support for them and their families.