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Bikes, bikes everywhere, as far as the eye could see. That was the scene Saturday for the fifth annual Kids Bike Run for the Make a Wish Foundation of Minnesota. The event, which was held at Pioneer Village, attracted well over 1,000 attendees according to organizers. More than 300 motorcycles also took part in ride to raise money to grant wishes to sick children.

Kids Bike run helps ensure that wishes do come true

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Mother Nature cooperated and helped the fifth annual Kids Bike Run attract over 300 motorcycle enthusiasts Saturday as they took part in the fundraising event for the Make a Wish Foundation of Minnesota.

One of the event's organizers, Wanda Smith said besides the estimated more than 300 motorcycles that took part in the ride, well over 1,000 people attended the event to enjoy the food, music and camaraderie of fellow bikers.

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