Several motorcycle enthusiasts met at the Harley Davidson on Capital Circle, taking part in the Chrome Diva Breast Cancer Poker Run.
The way the poker run works is motorcyclists make five stops, and at each checkpoint they draw a card.
At the last stop, whoever has the best poker hand wins a prize. The purpose of the event was to raise money for breast cancer research.
Victoria Patica, a Chrome Diva, said, "We have a big responsibility to respect each other and do what we can for each other, and I'm doing it in congratulations of my aunt Dottie; two years and no breast cancer. It's all gone."
WCTV anchor Triston Sanders was the Emcee for the fifth annual event, which featured raffles and great food.
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