Posted: Dec 1, 2012 3:46 PM by Lacey Steele
People lined the streets to see thousands of motorcyclists deliver thousands of toys in Pueblo today.
It's the 35th year for the event and riders tell us they try to participate each time.
They started at South High School and rode all the way to the Harley Outpost on North Elizabeth.
All they have to do is show up on a motorcycle and bring an unwrapped toy for a local child in need.
Each rider told us the same thing about the event.
"As you go down the streets and you see the little kids, and they're so excited and they're waving, that's why I do it. It's a lot of fun."
They were also able to raise enough money this year to buy about $5000 worth of bicycles.
That's 100 bikes!