AURORA, Colo. — Thousands of bikers lined up in Aurora with one cause in mind: Bringing Christmas to kids at Children’s Hospital Colorado who won’t be able to celebrate at home.
For the 33rd year, bikers from across the state took to the road in an event that grows as the word spreads.
“Each year we just try to get bigger and better. Last year, we tried to top what we do. We had 2,000 bikes last year,” said Tom Dill with Aurora Fire Rescue, which participated alongside other metro-area fire departments. “Basically, all we’re looking for is to get bigger and bring in more toys,” he added.
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