A great number of bikers from across the Saskatchewan’s capital fired up their engines for kids.
The 37th annual Toy Run, done by the members of the Regina Motorcycle Association in partnership with the Salvation Army, saw riders bike from a toy store on Albert Street all the way out to the Callie Curling Club.
“It’s a tradition for us now and we like giving back to the community,” said Neil Hintz, the Chairman of RMA.
In 2017, around 750 toys were collected and helped over 300 kids at Christmas. This year, the goal for the Salvation Army is a little higher.
“The goal this year is to raise up to $20,000,” said Hintz. “There’s still lots of people that want to contribute to a great cause.”