800+ Bikers Show up for Motorcycle Toy Run

The sense of community that unites bikers often leads to impressive, charitable actions. The River Riders Motorcycle Club in Arizona displayed this spirit by participating in a massive toy donation event for families in need.

At least 800 bikers showed up for The River Riders Motorcycle Club’s 29th Annual Toy Run in Lake Havasu, Arizona on Sunday, December 2. The event also featured live music, prizes and motorcycle-related vendors.

The event raised money and donated toys to families enrolled in the Interagency Adopt-A-Family program, which helps families in need to have a better Christmas. Rich Miers, former Interagency CEO, said this year’s ride was the “biggest year we’re ever going to have.”

“We’re going to be able to take care of the kids,” he said, “and the money that is donated will buy clothing and food for families for Christmas. It’s a huge, huge difference when we don’t have to buy toys for the children.” The toys will go to approximately 400 children.

We are glad to see such a tremendous outpouring of support from the motorcycle community to help people who need it this holiday season. Several of our attorneys are bikers themselves, and we can help injured bikers seek justice against negligent motorists that cause accidents. To learn more about what we do, call us at (866) 377-3800 or visit our site for more information about motorcycle accidents.

Metier Law Firm, LLCDenver accident attorneys

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