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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Motorcycle riders from around Albany have teamed up to help out Toys for Tots.

More than 100 motorcycle riders, including the Georgia State Patrol, members of American Legion Post 30, and the Marine Corps Logistic Base rode from Albany to the Tifton Harley Davidson shop. Each rider brought a new unwrapped toy for donation.

"There are underprivileged kids all over the state of Georgia. People having a hard time with money right now. So our main focus is to give the kids a smile at Christmas and give them a couple of extra toys under the tree," said Tracy Tabb.

People interested in donating can drop off a toy at any Georgia State Patrol office until December 17th.

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