Harley owners across the Mid-North Coast are gearing up for the annual toy "drop" for The Salvation Army.
Organiser Chris Jackson said the toy drop off replaces the toy run of 23 years.
"This event has provided substantial support to the Salvos over many years, and we - the Mid North Coast Harley Owners Group - want to continue that tradition," Mr Jackson said.
He said the club would set up a "drive through" in the car park opposite the Laurieton United Services Club on Saturday, November 21, from 9am until noon. Riders must leave the site immediately after drop off.
Other drop off points at Port City Harley Davidson, Lake Road; The Westport Club, Buller Street; and the Salvation Army, Lord Street, will be open from Monday, November 23, through to Saturday, December 5.
The ride is open to all types registered and roadworthy bikes, Mr Jackson said.
He hopes for lots of toys, but would also like more gift/iTunes cards for the older children, and cash.