Central Ga. bikers rev their engines to help kids with cancer

Bikers raise money for Jay's Hope

More than 300 bikers came out to support Jay’s Hope in the annual Hawgs for Hope motorcycle ride.

Cindy Arnold has been organizing the event for six years and says each year, the rides gotten bigger and raised even more money.

She says those funds go to help children and their families who are fighting cancer.

Don Wilson helped lead Saturday’s ride from Macon through Monroe County before ending up in Gray.

“Bikers live to ride. These kids are fighting to live. We want to ride for them, we want to raise money and do anything we can to make their lives comfortable, and help find a cure for this horrible disease,” said Wilson.

Georgia State Patrol motorcycle officers guided bikers on the 70-mile ride.               


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