MUST WATCH: Bikers stand up to child abuse

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SEATTLE -- Bikers Against Child Abuse is a national organization with several local chapters working to help kids in abusive situations know they aren't alone. These bikers go through extensive training, and work together to become a family of sorts for the children who need them. Working with local and state agencies, BACA has chapters all over the country working to prevent child abuse, protecting these kids when they may not have anyone else there for them.

To support this cause, BACA is hosting a 100 Mile Ride this weekend. To find out how to support them, or to learn more, click HERE. Big thank you to Danger (Lake Washington Chapter), Trouble (North Sound Chapter), and Lilmama (Puget Sound Chapter) for sharing their story with us on the show. Watch the video for more!

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