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Bikers take a 100 mile ride against child abuse

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SEATTLE -- We had six motorcycles in our parking lot today, and it was all for a good cause. Representatives from three local chapters of Bikers Against Child Abuse came by to talk about the work they do and the money they raise in their annual 100 Mile Child Abuse Prevention Ride.

B.A.C.A. works with local and state officials to empower children who have been abused, and to give them a safer, supportive environment. The annual 100 mile ride raises money and awareness of this important cause.

Big thank you to Superman, Danger, Lil Mama, Bearcat, Animal, and Roc (their biker names- mine, which they gave to me, is "Roadkill") for coming by to share the story of their work in the community.

This year's ride is Saturday May 20th, and it begins at different locations around the Puget Sound area depending on chapter (rides start at noon). To learn more (or to donate), click HERE to reach out to each chapter individually, or check out the info below:

PUGET SOUND CHAPTER: Northwest Harley at 8000  Freedom Lane NE, Lacey, WA

-Registration begins at 10am; Noon departure

LAKE WASHINGTON CHAPTER: 2 Wheel Dyno Works at 13631 NE 126th Pl, Kirkland, WA

-Registration begins at 10:30am; Noon departure

NORTH SOUND CHAPTER: Sound Harley Davidson at 16212 Smokey Point Blvd. Marysville, WA

-Registration begins at 10am; Noon departure