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Biker clubs unite to feed the community


Carolina Cruisers Motorcycle and Cycle Kings Motorcycle clubs join forces to feed the community.

Travis Crawford, Vice President of the Carolina Cruisers Motorcycle Club, and Bernard Edmonds (Bee), President of the Cycle Kings Motorcycle Club, both had a vision to give back to the community. So they decided to go to Rolling Hills on Saturday, September 18 to distribute hot dogs, snacks and drinks that they were funding out of pocket. They wanted it to be a community unity event with the theme “Save the Community”.

Word spread and other motorcycle clubs wanted to be a part of this stimulating business and donated food and volunteered to help serve. Bicycles were present and displayed. It was really wonderful to see the smiles on the children’s faces and the way they drooled on the motorcycles.

Thank you to all the MC Motorcycle Clubs who came out to help feed the community. Between Rolling Hills and Piedmont Circle, we served 381 hot dogs, along with fries and drinks. Then we continued on Patterson Avenue and Northwest Boulevard (Samaritan Kitchen) and also served there, reaching a total of 410 people.

Once again, thank you to everyone who played a role in the “Save The Community” project!

This will be the start of an annual giving back to the community, with more to come. This is part of the kickoff of the “Save The Community Ride”, which will be held on October 16 at the Masonic Lodge, 1025 E 14th St, in Winston-Salem. Registration starts at 9 a.m. and starts at 11 a.m.

These clubs have both male and female bikers and their main objective is to help people in our community.

Thank you to Carolina Cruisers ™, Cycle King ™, Iron Coalition ™ and all the ™ bike clubs who participated and will be a part of these special events.

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