You Don't Need A Cruiser to Go On A Charity Ride

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Erico Motorsports' fourth annual Scoot for Toys in November raised more than $2,000 in cash for Denver's Ronald McDonald House, and the area's scooter rider group generated enough additional funds to purchase new foosball and air hockey tables, and two truckloads of toys for the kids. More than 170 scooters and 200 riders came along for the event, reports Erico's PR manager, Wendy Aiello. The Top 100 dealership, which organizes the event, managed to sign on more than 16 sponsors, including Corazzo Jackets and several local eateries. (Photo courtesy Erico Motorsports)