The Black Dog Ride has raised an impressive $13,239.15 to be donated directly to Lifeline Australia.
Organisers of the Black Dog Ride, Wayne Amor and Steven Gower were thrilled with the response they received from the event.
Mr Amor confirmed there was a grand total of 268 riders, with 220 bikes and 48 pillions on the back.
The total amount of funds raised from the ride on Sunday and online donations also includes some generous donations from local business according to Mr Amor.
The two auction items raised $1450 altogether, with a framed Ducati T-shirt selling for $1000 along with $450 worth of Quest, Hog's Breath and Taronga Western Plains Zoo vouchers.
"We would like to thank all of the local businesses that have contributed so generously, either by donation of product or service," Mr Amor said.
"Special mention goes to the Short Street Store and the Commercial Hotel, for without their co-operation, this event would not have been possible."