Biker Sunday in Macon, Ga: Church plans charity ride to help 7-year-old with cancer

MACON, Ga. — Members of a Macon church will be meeting at Harley-Davidson of Macon this weekend. It may sound like an unlikely pairing, but it’s for a good cause.

They’re planning to rally behind a 7-year-old boy with cancer and raise money to help his family. Antonio Moreno has Stage 3 Burkett’s Lymphoma.

The ride will help raise money for his medical expenses and more.

It’s $20 per rider and $10 per passenger. It will start at Harley-Davidson on Mercer University Drive and end at Houston Road Church.

Pastor Billy Flowers says he wants the family to have hope.

“I want them to know even when storms are raging there’s still hope and there’s still people out there that love and care for one another and we want to be one of those,” said Flowers. “We believe Macon is full of people just like that — that’s why we’re opening this up to anyone and everyone.”

There will also be an event following the ride and everyone is encouraged to attend. Organizers hope people will wear masks.

Registration starts at 8 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 8 at Harley-Davidson.

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Source: 13 WMAZ