A Billings motorcycle club leads a toy collection because every kid deserves a Christmas present.
More then 300 people rode their motorcycles from downtown Billings to the Rimrock Mall for the 34th Annual Road Dogs Toy Run on Sunday.
The goal for the riders is to stack to toys as high as the tree.
The toys all go to the Salvation Army, which gives the toys to families.
“You know bringing the biker community together and the support we get from the community and bringing the smiles from the local area children who otherwise might not have a Christmas,” said Curley Helmbrecht, Road Dogs member and “Curley Clause.”
“There’s nothing like three, four five hundred motorcycles all coming up together with a bunch of toys strapped in,” said Captain Donald Warriner of the Salvation Army. “That’s really Christmas, thinking about other people and giving them something that they need. That’s the Christmas spirit.”
The Salvation Army will give the toys to the families on December 18 and 19.