Bikers bought all bikes in the store and gave them to kids as presents
At first glance the Hell's Angels from Fresno, California are pretty intimidating. With their massive, loud motorbikes, mirrored sunglasses and leather vests, they look like they just walked off the set of a Mad Max movie. And when a group of them showed up at the local Walmart parking lot five days before Black Friday, people assumed there was going to be trouble. But what these tough guys were actually doing was getting a good place in line so they could execute a very heartwarming plan...
As soon as the doors opened, the men stormed in and grabbed every bicycle in the store, 200 in total.
And although this scene was strange enough, it was actually what the biker's did with the bikes afterwards that really surprised everyone, because under those tough exteriors there are obviously some very kind hearts. The bikes were donated to an organization called Poverello House which helps poor and homeless families.
The Hell's Angels have been repeating this Christmas tradition for the past 16 years in an effort to make the holiday season a bit brighter for the less fortunate in their community.
"When a kid runs up and he jumps on this bicycle and he rides around, it’s a good toy... You ain’t got enough money in this station that makes me feel the way I feel when I give these kids these bikes," remarked Hell's Angels member Merl Hefferman.
Nice job, guys! Keep up the good work.