Bikers hold 22nd Ride for Kids in Orange County to benefit Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

One hundred bikers braved the cloudy, rainy weather Sunday to hit the road for a good cause. The bikers have raised more than $31,000 this

The bikers followed a 53-mile journey through Orange

The bikers followed a 53-mile journey through Orange County as part of the Ride for Kids program. (Credit: News 12)

CENTRAL VALLEY - One hundred bikers braved the cloudy, rainy weather Sunday to hit the road for a good cause.

The bikers followed a 53-mile journey through Orange County as part of the Ride for Kids program. The national series of motorcycle rides raise money for medical research and treatment through the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.

This is the 22nd year it has been held in the Hudson Valley. Sunday's event was emceed by News 12's own Lisa LaRocca.

The bikers have raised more than $31,000 for the foundation and they hope to hit their goal of $84,000. They will be accepting donations through the end of the month.

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