Dec 1, 2013 9:07 PM by Erika Flores
TUCSON-Nearly one thousand toys were donated Sunday during the 3rd Annual Santa Claus Toy Run.
840 motorcycle riders participated hoping to bring a smile to kids this Christmas.
All of the toys were donated to the Salvation Army to make this Christmas a special one for as many kids as possible.
"It's a very cute little talking doll that kisses," said Ramona Clark. "To benefit the kids who don't have things for Christmas."
The motorcycle riders started the day outside of Renegade Classics.
"We like the idea that it's for a reason. It's not just a bunch of people getting together. It's for a reason," said Barbara Rountree.
"We're all out here to support the children, and that's the whole reason we get together for this," said Tommy Rollins.
Allan Hammerel, owner of Renegade Classics said the biker community is very generous.
"They give to many causes," said Hammerel. "They give up their time. They give their money."