Motorcycle clubs join together to feed the community

Carolina Cruisers Motorcycle and Cycle Kings Motorcycle clubs join forces to feed the community.

Motorcycle clubs join together to feed the community
October 06
13:16 2021

Travis Crawford, vice president of the Carolina Cruisers Motorcycle Club, and Bernard Edmonds (Bee), president of the Cycle Kings Motorcycle Club, both had visions of giving back to the community. So they decided that they would travel to Rolling Hills on Saturday, Sept. 18, to give out hot dogs, snacks and drinks that they were funding from their own pockets. They wanted it to be a community unity event with the theme ”Save The Community.” 

The word spread and other motorcycle clubs wanted to be part of this challenging endeavor and donated food and volunteered to help serve. Bikes were present and displayed. It felt really wonderful to see the smiles on the kids’ faces and how they drooled over the motorcycles.

Thanks to all the MC motorcycle clubs that came out to help feed the community. Between Rolling Hills and Piedmont Circle, we served 381 hot dogs, along with chips and drinks. Then we continued on to Patterson Avenue  and Northwest Boulevard (Samaritan Kitchen) and served there as well, reaching a total of 410 people. 

Again, thanks to everyone who played a part in “Save The Community” project! 

This will be the start of an annual project of giving back to the community, with more to come. This is in part a kick-off for the “Save The Community Ride,” which will be held Oct. 16 at the Masonic Lodge, 1025 E 14th St, in Winston-Salem. Registration starts at 9 a.m. and kickstands up at 11 a.m.

These clubs have both male and female bikers and whose main goal is to help the people in our community. 

Thanks to Carolina Cruisers MC,  Cycle King MC, Iron Coalition MC, and all the MC bike clubs that have and will be a part of these special events.

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