Competing in the first ever Wight Decathlon, the group of three friends along with a team of supporters, embarked on a race across the Isle of Wight, each using ten modes of transport.
From scooters to skateboards, a replica Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and a piggyback, the group made their way across the Island on Saturday.
The event has so far raised £350 towards a fund to replace the gun carriages that support the historic guns at the National Trust's Needles Old Battery.
The event was devised after a discussion on social network site Twitter.
Throughout the race, the group posted messages and pictures of their progress on Twitter, using the hashtag #Wight10, with supporters sending regular messages of encouragement.
Competitor Matthew Whittaker said: "The hardest bit had to be when I rollerbladed from Cowes to Newport."
The race started at Bembridge Windmill and finished at the Old Battery, however there was no set route and competitors chose their own means to get there.
Cat James said: "The most unusual transport for me was Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, but the tricycle was a unexpected nightmare to ride."
Fellow racer Mat Penney made it to the finish line via Portsmouth, including stretches running, swimming and skateboarding.
Hannah Griffiths, custodian at Needles Old Battery said: "We're really grateful to everyone involved and everyone who donated."
For more on the event and how you can get involved next year or donate, visit the official Wight Decathlon website created by Pinkeye Graphics here
View Matthew Chatfield's video of the event below: