More than 100 riders take to the streets of Western Colorado Saturday so that the dream of owning a home can become a reality for families in the Grand Valley.
It was the 4th annual humanities ride where the local Gold Wing Road Riders welcomed bikers to cruise for Habitat for Humanity. The road route started in Grand Junction, went through Delta and into Montrose. Bikers then made their way back to Canyon View Park for a barbeque silent auction and raffle. The Gold wing Riders hope to raise $4,000 for Habitat for Humanity.
Since 1991 Habitat for Humanity of Mesa County has helped 33 local families achieve their goal of owning a home.
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