TULSA - The Mad Piston Tulsa bike club spent their Black Friday, giving back to the community.
About 30 members spread out around downtown handing out more than 100 blankets to the homeless. This is the seventh year the club has taken part in their blanket run.
"Of course it's rewarding," said Mad Piston Tulsa, President Tommy Hutchinson. "I think it's a duty of all of us to try and help our community and although we don't see them everyday, they are part of our community so why not try to help everybody out."
Member Kathryne Farrow brought her children along to help.
"I always involve them in anything I do that's involved with the community," she said. "It gives them a little bit of awareness of how they can give back as well."
The club will donate their leftover blankets to the John 3:16 Mission.
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