Posted: May 4, 2013 6:40 PM by Dennis Carlson - MTN News
They wear leathers, they ride big bikes. They travel
in groups. They are the world's second largest motorcycle group and they ride to share their faith.
And despite the less than ideal riding weather, the Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA) held their annual Montana Run for the Son today.
The ride is a fundraiser for CMA, with funds going to several ministries, including a group call Missionary Ventures. This group provides transportation solutions to indigenous pastors in third world countries.
"We like to give 'em motorcycles because that's what we think is pretty cool," said Larry Bannister, CMA State Coordinator. "We've given horses, boats and a camel. God has given us a wonderful privilege of getting to do what we like to do and then sharing that with others."
The Montana Christian Bikers raised more than $26,000 today with their Run to the Son event.
For more information about the CMA, click here.