Giggs, Cole and Neville welcome home United fans who cycled 1,200 miles from Barcelona to Manchester
The five fans raised an incredible £50,000 for St Ann's Hospice after riding in memory of Charles Mitten
After more than 1,200 miles in the saddle the Stretford End - and Old Trafford legends Ryan Giggs, Andy Cole and Gary Neville - must have been a welcome sight.
Five United fans have completed a gruelling 1,200 mile cycle from Barcelona - scene of United's 1999 treble - to Manchester.
And in the process they've raised almost £50,000 to buy St Ann's Hospice in Salford a new ambulance.
Brothers Andy, Jonathan and Sam Mitten completed the challenge in memory of their dad Charles Mitten who died at the hospice last November aged 69.
They were joined by pals JP and Steve Price and two support drivers.
And after climbing more 30,000ft, crossing the Pyrenees and visiting the likes of Girona, Perpignan, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Cognac, Angers, Cherbourg, Portsmouth, Oxford and Birmingham, family and friends, and treble winners Giggs, Neville and Cole, were there to welcome them home when they arrived at Old Trafford.
Writing on Twitter Andy, long-standing editor of the Red Devils fanzine United We Stand, said: "We did it. Set off 16 days ago. Cycled 1200 miles. Climbed 30,000 feet. Smashed £40,000 target today. Closer to £50k now.
"Thanks to Man Utd for welcoming us back with food and a top lounge. To @vancole9, Ryan Giggs & @GNev2.
"And to 1,000 of you who sponsored us."
Donations can be made at the JustGiving page here.