November 5, 2008 > Food drive with motorcycles
Food drive with motorcycles
By Dustin Findley
If you went shopping at the Lucky supermarket on South Park Victoria Drive last Sunday, it was hard to miss the barrels awaiting donations, and the loud revving, sometimes roaring and other sounds, of motorcycle engines. For those that just shopped, maybe just donated, and didn't find out what all the revving was about (and even those that did), read on.
Sunday was a special food drive, bringing together motorcycle clubs, food banks, cycle enthusiasts, jumping children, vendors and more. This was the second annual Fight Hunger Food Drive put on by Bay Area Delinquents Motorcycle Club to contribute to Second Harvest Food Bank.
There was something for everybody: booths with motorcycle stuff, Sabercats football information, smoothies for even the toughest motorcycle rider, and even a puppy. But the big draw was the motorcycle stunt show by West Coast Connection and Bullo. Riders stood on their bikes, walked their bikes, drive their two-wheeled vehicles on one wheel, and one even hopped his motorcycle like a bunny.
If you missed the motorcycles, you can still donate and drive for food. Visit http://www.secondharvestfood.org/ for more about Second Harvest Food Bank. Visit http://www.bad-mc.com/ for more information about the Bay Area Deliquents motorcycle club, and look for the Fight Hunger Food Drive next year.