BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Bakersfield Harley Davidson put on a special ride Saturday morning to raise money for muscle disease.
Hundreds of bikers hit the streets for the roaring 20's ride for life.
It was Bakersfield Harley Davidson’s 28th annual fundraising event for the muscular dystrophy association.
All the proceeds stay in Kern County and help kids with muscle disease go to camp.
"It's worth it when you see the families and how blessed these kids are and how much they enjoy the event. All throughout the year they come to some of our hog meetings and it just makes it worth it when you get to know the families," said Debbie Irvin the owner of Bakersfield Harley Davidson.
After the ride there was a carnival along with lunch, raffle prizes and a live band.