More than 250 motorcycle riders gathered at the News 9 studio in Oklahoma City Sunday morning for the third annual Stan's Ride, Oklahoma's Own Ride Against Childhood Hunger.
Motorcycle riders showed up at the News 9 studio at 7 a.m. to register for the event. They left the station at 9 a.m. and will arrive at their final destination, Fort Thunder Harley-Davidson in Moore, later Sunday morning.
This year, the big event includes the auction of a custom-made Harley-Davidson Street Glide Motorcycle.
The one-of-a-kind bike features incredible silver and blue metal flake paint, an oversized front tire, custom chrome wheels, a full Kicker sound system, and a stretched rear fender and bags, making it truly custom from the ground up.
The bike was built by Jerry Covington, well known throughout the motorcycle world for his one-of-a-kind custom bikes. He's also a winner of the Discovery Channel's "Biker Build Off."
Once in Moore, riders will have lunch and will participate in the auction, as well as prize giveaways.
This year, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin also joined the ride to help fight childhood hunger.
All proceeds from this event will benefit the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma's Childhood Hunger programs.