Kevin Smith said hearing kids say “the big scary bikers who aren’t really scary” during his time volunteering was priceless.DSC00525

This past Saturday the Coastside Armada Harley Club, including CH Reynolds Safety Specialist Smith, rode to a homeless shelter, let the children take pictures on their motorcycles, gave them all teddy bears and also collected toys for their parents to give to them on Christmas.

Smith said he donated his time to the 7th annual “Teddy Bear Run because it gave parents a chance to put a smile on their children’s face.

“Christmas is a time of giving. Some are not as fortunate as most,” Smith said. “I got to do this with a great group of people. Plus I love my motorcycle. During the event, to see the kids smiling in awe at all the bikes and wanting to take pictures was priceless. It’s a great feeling to bring joy to others.”