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Bikers wait in front of store for 5 days – then do something no one could’ve predicted

When you think “biker gang,” you probably imagine a group of thugs burning by you on their big motorcycles. But it’s important to remember that you should never judge a book by its cover.

Recently, a motorcyle club from Fresno, California waited outside a store for several days. The finally one morning, the owners opened the doors and the burly guys all walked in. And a few minutes later, the store’s staff and customers couldn’t believe what the bikers had just done.

With their big bikes and their dark sunglasses, the motorcycle club rode into a large parking lot.

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It was a Monday, five days before the store was scheduled to host its biggest sale of the year—and the motorcycle club waited at the entrance to the bike store.

Many people looked at the men with suspicion, but when Friday came, they would find out that the bikers’ intentions were anything but negative.

One of the bikers walked up to a cashier and asked to buy all 200 bicycles in the store.

It turned out that the gang didn’t have anything criminal in mind at all. Instead, they decided to help make a postitive impact on the lives of those who need it the most.

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The bikes were loaded onto a truck and driven to an organization that provides services for low income people and homeless families.

It wasn’t the first time that the biker gang had done this. In fact, they collect money every Thanksgiving to help put a smile on the faces of low income children.

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It’s easy to judge people, but when I saw how wrong I was about this motorcycle gang, I shed a tear.

Although they look menacing, many bikers are actually caring people who go out of their way to help others. Please, be thoughtful, and above all, have an open heart and mind.

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No matter what someone looks like, where they come from, or who they are, we should treat them with respect. Please share this article with your friends on Facebook to celebrate this biker gang who really did something really nice!

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