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The Sunchaser First Annual Bike Community Toy Drive.

Photos By: Duane C. Fernandez Sr. / Hardnotts Photography L.L.C.

Teddy Wolf, vice president of the Sunchasers, shown with Food Brings Hope Community Director Mamie Oatis, and Sunchasers President Vick Ingram.

By Duane C. Fernandez Sr.

The Sunchasres Motorcycle Club held it's Annual Toy Drive to help the Food Brings Hope nonprofit charity organization for Christmas. Ten motorcycle clubs from Volusia County participated in the six location stops to pickup donations. The bikers gathered at the Sunchasers club house in Daytona, where the club chaplain performed a prayer before the clubs started their journey.

The stops along the ride would include, the Brigits Custom Works located on Ridgewood in South Daytona, the bikers next stop would be in Deltona at the Lamas, Clubhouse, then back to Daytona to the Southside Motorcycle Club on Madison Street. The next stop would be the Thunder Guards Clubhouse on Ridgewood Avenue, and the final stop would be Bethune Cookman University where the Sunchasers presented the Food Brings Hope nonprofit with the toys donations the club collected on there ride. Sunchaser President said the ride was a success. This ride is just the beginning off many more to come.

The Sunchasers, Thunder Guards, Southside Riders, Down & Dirty, Divine Divas, Hot Throttle Divas, Adorable Divas, Bribits Custom Works, and Lamas rolled out from the Sunchasers Motorcycle Clubhouse on Cedar Street in Daytona Beach.

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic The "Black Bikers United" Documentary scheduled to open in 2020 has been pushed back until 2021.

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