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Motorcycle Ride to Benefit Muscular Dystrophy Research

Motorcycle Ride to Benefit Muscular Dystrophy Research

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Greg Neft, KSL News There's going to be a lot of motorcycles on I-80 this weekend and it's all for a good cause. If you're going to Wendover you might hear a lot of motorcycles along the way.

The Ride for Life benefits Muscular Dystrophy research. "It's a great opportunity to bring a whole bunch of people together with great big hearts to donate a bunch of money," says Harley Davidson of Salt Lake owner Joe Timmons.

Timmons says when it starts it's really a sight to see. "The line of motorcycles, if you can possibly imagine, is leaving the store and actually going by Tooele at the same time."

And Timmons says it's given a special chance to meet the affected children. "We take the kids out, and, of course, it pulls on everyone's heartstrings."

The ride to Wendover starts around 2:00 on Saturday afternoon.

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