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The Loma Linda Fire Department led the procession of bikers to the hospital campus to wave at hospital patients.

More than 200 motorcyclists gathered in support of Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital at the 27th annual Quaid Harley-Davidson Toy Run on Sunday, December 15, bringing toy and monetary donations to support pediatric patients.

Several hospital patients and their families were in attendance to meet Santa, see the motorcycles and pick out toys.

Loma Linda Fire Department also showed up with two big red engines to take photos with kids and bikers in attendance. As customary, LLFD led the procession of nearly all the bikers from Quaid to the hospital campus up Anderson and across Barton to wave at patients who were able to watch from hospital windows.

Quaid Harley-Davidson has lead the toy run for the benefit of Children’s Hospital for more than two decades.