Hundreds of bikers support local toy run

YAKIMA, Wash. -- You may have wondered why hundreds of bikers were riding around Yakima on Sunday. They came to support the Salvation Army's Toy Run.

The drop off took place on 16th and Lincoln Avenues. Bikers brought toys for children so they'd have presents during Christmas. It's an event that's been part of the community for more than 20 years. One biker KIMA spoke to has been part of the event for 13 years.

"To do it for people that you don't know, I think it's the pay it forward mentality," said John Drakes. "Even more than just giving the toys to people, it shows the community it's a great idea."

Other locals also showed up to make donations.