Camp Quality ride for kids with cancer. The local Gold Wing club "Sudbury Wings" has an annual event where they ride out to a local summer camp that is run for one week every summerfor kids who are fighting cancer. Upon arriving at the camp the bikers take the kids (years 8 to 18) for rides on their bikes. We're asked to provide a helmet and glasses for our passengers and you must have a backrest on your bike. The kids go wild when they hear us coming down the highway. Before Iparticipated I was told what to expect but honestly nothing could prepare you for the utter joy these kids getfrom just climbing onto a motorcycle to roar down the road and wave to all the other kids they spend the week at camp with. From talking withsome of the camp volenteers it sounds like they have different events scheduled for each day of the week but the kids look forward most to the biker's arrival. Whenwe arrivedwe circled the main parking area and the kids all run to the bike they want to ride first.Let me tell you, the Vision was a pretty popular bike. "Wow, cool, what's that, can I go first" ?"I really like your bike, will you really take me for a ride"? Camp Quality came over and asked if they could have their "official picture for the ride" with one of thedirectors and one of the kids on the Vision. Well who amI to say no.Actually I did feela bit strange as I was an invited guest from a different club "Freedom Riders" and I wasn't riding a Gold Wing and they wanted their picture to be of them on a Victory, but nobody seemed to mind. We took kids on rides from about 6:30 pm until about 9:30 when it started getting dark. I have to tell you folks, if you have the opportunity to participate in something simmilar, don't pass it up. It's the most rewarding ride I've ever participated in.