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December 17, 2003

Valdosta - A Valdosta motorcycle club is hitting the pavement for children.

The Outback Riders are working with the Marine Recruiting Office in Valdosta to collect Toys for Tots. The 11th annual Outback Riders Toy Drive is this Saturday and features a motorcycle ride through Valdosta.

"We're leaving the Exit 11 Pilot Truck Center with a police escort through town and ending up at five points," said Don Brotherton of the Valdosta Outback Riders.

The ride is open to anyone who wants to participate. All you need is a new, unwrapped toy or a five-dollar donation. A portion of the toys will be given to the Outback Riders' long-time benefactor, The Salvation Army.

Posted at 4:20 by Armen Jeknavorian