The Hells Angels motorcycle club is comprised of tough, oftentimes tattooed, members. However, contrary to the stereotype we all would initially presume, they aren't mindless, heartless, cruel jerks who bully people for fun.
In fact, they have a soft spot for people in need and they don't mind letting it show.
During this year’s Black Friday sale in Fresno, California, these bikers stood in line for five consecutive days at a Walmart in order to buy all of their bicycles for kids.
Despite Black Friday sales’ long lines, their reason for waiting was enough motivation for these tough guys with soft hearts.
They gave away 200 bicycles to the Home of Poverello, a community organization meant for indigent families struggling with hunger and homelessness.
"When a kid runs up and he jumps on this bicycle and he rides around, it’s a good toy," one of the bikers told ABC7.
"You ain’t got enough money in this station that makes me feel the way I feel when I give these kids these bikes."
The Hells Angels have been doing this for 16 years in a row, and have donated thousands of toys to the unfortunate kids under the Poverello House.
"We’ve seen hundreds of bikers participate before. Several motorcycle groups rally and collect toys each year. There’s a lot of brotherly love there." Poverello House manager Gabriela McNiel shared.
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