Hunger Run benefits the Greater Berks Food Bank

Special to the Reading Eagle: Sandi Yanisko | Event organizers Tony Guido, center, of Alsace Township and Gary Knowles, right, of Reading get ready to roll Sunday for the inaugural Hunger Run to benefit the Greater Berks Food Bank.

Monday September 18, 2017 12:01 AM

It was “kickstands up” Sunday morning as more than 20 motorcyclists roared off in the inaugural Hunger Run.

Four-wheel drive, classic and custom vehicles also were included in the 50-mile ride to benefit the Greater Berks Food Bank. Led by a police escort, four motorists followed the cyclists from the staging area at Classic Harley-Davidson in Bern Township.

“This is a friendly crowd,” said Rick Evans,

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