Hell's Angels deliver hundreds of bicycles to kids in Downtown Fresno

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FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --

The Fresno Hell's Angels motorcycle club are playing Santa this weekend by helping 800 children get brand new bikes.

The group held their 18th annual toy run on the Chukchansi Park field and brought together local charities and children in need. At least nine groups requested bikes from the motorcycle club this year and they bought and assembled 800 bikes, that's 300 more than last year.


"It's a process of letting them come out and pick their own bike with their parents," Shawn Jenkins with West Care California explained. "Sometimes this is a child's first bike. Their parents may not have had the money to purchase a bike, which, most of the cases, don't."

And Santa Claus was there himself and helped hundreds of kids choose the bike that fit their personality and style.

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