The 33rd annual 630 CHED Santas Anonymous Motorcycle Toy Run happens Sunday afternoon.
Organizers say they’re expecting around 2,500 motorcyclists to grab some toys and ride down the streets for kids in need.
Jay Padilla with Cycle Works tells 630 CHED’s Bruce Bowie, the event reflects every facet of Edmonton.
“The Toy Run is one of the finest gatherings of Edmontonians I have ever seen,” says Padilla. “It’s all motorcycle based, 2 wheel and 3 wheel machines. It’s incredible how many people come out of all ages and all categories to support this amazing charity.”
He adds you’re going to want to follow the run all the way to the park.
“There’s a couple things that are happening at Hawrelak Park,” explains Padilla. “We have a couple of vendors there that definitely can serve up some great food. We have some great entertainment this year. And a couple of new twists for people that come to Hawrelak Park (as well.)”
Padilla didn’t elaborate on what those were, he says you’ll have to find out for yourself.
You can grab an unwrapped toy to donate and head to the Capilano Mall where the event kicks off at 9am.
They will also be accepting cash donations. (km)