Resplendent in his finest threads and having just completed Wollongong's third Distinguished Gentleman's Ride, Mark Kelly was feeling "uplifted".
And the dapper gent took great delight in celebrating with the other 230 riders who had just helped raise almost $90,000 for the Movember Foundation.
Mr Kelly, a Movember community ambassador, was at the Wollongong ride on Sunday along with some of Australia's top fundraisers .
These riders joined the cavalcade of dapper men and women worldwide riding their vintage and custom motorcycles in procession to raise awareness about men's health.
Timothy and Jane Sim from City Coast Motorcycles organised Wollongong's Distinguished Gentleman's Ride to raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer and suicide prevention.
Mr Kelly, who grew up in Albion Park but now lives in Sydney, said the day was "truly inspiring".
"It was brilliant. So many like-minded men and women there to help change the face of men's health. It was truly inspiring. It was a very uplifting day," he said.
Mr Kelly has raised over $80,000 for Movember since 2011.
"Last year I raised $30,000. The third highest in Australia," he said.
Ermond Morelli from Kembla Grange is Australia's leading fudriaser in 2019.
Mr Morelli has raised $25,000 himself so far, while his team called Four Cure has raised $55,000 for Movember.
Ms Sim said people could raise funds until the end of October.
"The Wollongong ride just keeps getting better and better and we are so grateful to the vintage and classic motorcycling community for supporting this very important event," she said.
"We need to keep men's health issues on the table and this ride definitely creates awareness."
The ride was founded in 2012 by Mark Hawwa after the Sydney resident was inspired by an image of TV character Don Draper of Mad Men sitting upon a classic Matchless Motorcycle.
It's focused on cafe racers, trackers, scramblers, classics, bobbers, vintage scooters, old school choppers, bratstyle, sider cars and modern classics.
The ride has raised more than $18.5 million US for charity since 2013, with an aim to raise another $7 million for prostate cancer and mental health programs in 2019.