Brazilian striker Fred -- the 36-year-old who is not to be confused with the 27-year-old midfielder on Manchester United -- completed a charity bike reed that spanned 600 kilometers that finished up in Rio de Janeiro on Friday. Fred's goal for the ride was to raise donations for poor families in his country, while having companies that were sponsoring his ride gave out four food kits to those in need for each kilometer he rode, according to the Associated Press.

Fred, his full name being Frederico Chaves Guedes, began his journey on Monday from Belo Horizonte, which is the home of his former club Cruzeiro. His final destination was the home stadium of his new club, Laranjeiras Stadium of Fluminese, where he reportedly arrived while wearing a face mask and waving a Fluminense shirt in the air of the empty streets of Rio. It is his second stint at the Brazilian club.

The striker has spent all but one club stint in his career inside of Brazil. He spent time with América Mineiro and Cruzeiro before heading to France to play with Lyon of Ligue 1. Fred played in France for four years before returning back to Brazil, playing with Fluminese, Atlético Mineiro, and Cruzeiro. He made appearances in the 2006 and 2014 FIFA World Cup for Brazil.