Bikers in Lloydminster got a great opportunity over the weekend to indulge their passion for motorcycles while raising money for a good cause. Dozens of members of the Harley Owners Group gathered at Edge Harley-Davidson on Saturday to participate in the group’s annual toy run. 120 riders took part, raising $60 thousand for Big Brothers and Sisters, Kidsport, the Salvation Army, and Ronald McDonald House in Edmonton, the highest amount in the rally’s 4-year run. Harley Owners Group Chapter Director Guy¬†Dudding said he was happy with the results, and that the only problem the group has is how to beat the total next year.