Jun 2, 2012 7:08 PM by Lacey Steele
It's food, fun, and motorcycles all for a good cause!
This weekend is the 5th Annual Biker Bash in Pueblo on the grounds of the Steelworks Museum.
There are vendors, kids' activities, and many different biker groups at the event that brought in six thousand people last year, and they're hoping for thousands more this year.
The money raised from the bash will go to the museum and other charities.
"People don't realize what most of the bike groups in this town do," said Jim Grimes, President of the Pueblo Biker Bash. "Sure we love to ride bikes. We love to ride motorcycles. We love to go out and party, but most of the time when we do it, we do it for a reason. Most of the reasons we do it for is a charity."
If you'd like to take part in the fun, you can go Sunday from ten in the morning until six in the evening.
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