TULSA, Oklahoma – Thousands of roaring motorcycles made their way to Tulsa Sunday afternoon.
Bikers wearing Santa hats and bringing big bags filled with toys strolled through the city on their way to Guthrie Green for the ABATE-Marines Toys for Tots Run.
The toys were delivered to the Brady Arts District where they were met by U.S. Marines.
These bikers participated in an annual citywide motorcycle parade that collects toys for children in need.
“We are hoping for lots of toys and all these toys are going to stay in northeastern Oklahoma, which is a real plus,”
said event coordinator James Clark.
The City of Tulsa expected about 5,000 people to participate in the event and Tulsa police assisted with road closures and escorted the motorcycles as they made their way from the Tulsa’s Expo Square to their finish line near Guthrie Green in downtown.
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