Bikers have a hard edge, covered in leather and loud. But the bikers we're telling you about are doing good works.
Over the past two years, they have raised $50,000 for charity during the annual Run With The Nuns.
During this year's event bikers from the ArkLaTex and as far away as Florida and Arizona came together.
"We started out the first year with a few hundred people and the word has spread" says Sister Sharon Rambin.
"Bikers are very generous people. We find that time and time again if there's a good cause, if there's something that requires their help, they're always there for those causes" says Liz Swaine who chaired this year's event.
"They're behind us a 100%. And when i hear the roar of these motorcycles itr really it brings a great sense of security that we have such a great community" says Sister Rambin.
The community of bikers is supporting the Cara Center this year that serves up to 100 kids a month. "It's a great cause, it's something desperately needed in the ArkLaTex area. It takes abused and neglected children and gives them free medical care in nine northwest LA parishes. It's just an incredible cause" says Swaine.
"These kids just get to your heart and they're in bad situations and we just do our best to make it better for them" says Dalton Trautman who has been apart of the River Cities Bikers Against Child Abuse Chapter for two years.
Organizers are already planning next year's event.