Sandy hosts first-ever MS Motorcycle Ride

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SALT LAKE CITY -- A son of one of Utah's most famous family's came out Sunday to raise awareness for multiple sclerosis.

David Osmond and his father, Allen, both have MS. David learned he had the disease four years ago but says it's no reason to stop living.

"Like my dad says--and he says this every day--‘I have MS, but MS does not have me.' And I love that," he said.

Osmond joined motorcycle riders Sunday morning in Sandy for the first-ever MS Motorcycle Ride. The money raised will be donated to MS research.

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