KENNEWICK, Wash-- About 70 motorcyclists geared up for a charity ride in Kennewick.
Bikers from all across the northwest showed up at the fairgrounds for an annual light parade. This year they were riding for David Willingham, a young boy with an immune deficiency disease.
The riders also had a poker run earlier in the morning. Even Willingham wanted to get in on the fun; he showed up and hopped on the back of a bike. We met up with him minutes before taking off.
"It's a great experience, really," he tells us. "I haven't been on a real bike before and it's great, I get to make new friends."
The parade is put on by the Gold Wing Road Riders Association.