Motorcyclists ride 100 miles for toddler with leukemia

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Bikers took a ride to help a little boy with cancer Saturday.

Two and a half-year-old Liam Hansen was diagnosed with leukemia. On Saturday, a group of motorcyclists who used to work in law enforcement held a 100-mile ride for Hansen.

It started and ended at Thunderbird Harley Davidson. Not only did the rise raise money through donations — there was also food and an auction.

Hansen’s uncle is part of the club and says the event was about offsetting the cost of medical bills.

“We need to make sure that Liam knows that he is not fighting this by himself. That he has a whole army fighting this with him and as long as he’s fighting, our organization is going to be fighting right along with him,” Phillip Carter said.

A Go Fund Me account has been set up for Hansen, which can be found here.