Bryce Franzini has put his best foot forward to raise money for Movember.
As well as growing his mo, the 27-year-old also decided to run 60 kilometres for the Move for Movember campaign.
It sees participants run 60km for the 60 men who are lost to suicide each hour around the world.
On Saturday morning, Bryce completed his 60km with a marathon effort along the O'Keefe Rail Trail.
Bryce said the 42km between Heathcote and Junortoun was the furthest he had run in one go.
"The last eight to 10km were pretty painful," he said. "The first year I ran (Move for Movember) I did as far as 30km, which was the furthest.
"I ran 18km a couple weeks ago and run did the marathon distance today to challenge myself as well as raise money for Movember.
"There times where I have lazy months and go without running but I do enjoy it."
Along the way Bryce had a support crew cheer him on at each checkpoint while friends and family ran alongside him for parts of it.
"It's amazing. I couldn't have done it without these guys at all the check point with water and gels," he said. "Having someone running with me whole way just spurred me on and kept me going."
Bryce hopes to raise $1000 by the end of November. he is currently at about $550.
"Last year I got to $1100 and we're about half way there on this year's goal of $1000," he said. "Hopefully we can raise a few more funds (before the end of November)."