Bikers on their way to Sturgis stop in Sioux Falls to fight bullying
More motorcycles are being seen on roads as bikers head west for the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, but some made a pit stop Thursday in Sioux Falls..
A motorcycle meet and greet was held at J&L Harley Davidson.
Some of the top motorcycle industry professionals from all over the country were at the event scouting some of the best bikes in the state.
While they were in town, they celebrated a great cause, "Bikers Against Bullies," which raises awareness and empowers others to fight bullying through education, community outreach and fundraising.
"We are riding from South Carolina to Sturgis," founder of BAB "Flash!" said. "It's about a 2,400 mile ride. We have raised to date $475,000 over the last four years. This next two days is gong to determine whether or not we break a half million dollars in four years, and 100 percent goes to the kids."
From Sioux Falls the group will make its way to Mitchell for the annual pre-Sturgis party.
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