Destination Cycles set out on a simple mission this Christmas, to make kids at the Alberta Children's Hospitals Christmas better and with the support of the community, they were able to accomplish that goal. 

 Destination Cycles decided that they would attempt to bury a motorcycle in toys and send those toys to sick kids. 

The bike was enclosed in a box with plexiglass so people could see how their donation made a difference. 

After two weeks the business accomplished their goal with nothing visible on the bike other than a piece of the side mirror sticking up among the teddy bears and toys. 

In total Destination, Cycles was able to acquire 508 toys valued at roughly 3000-3500 dollars. 

Today (December 14th 2018) owner of Destination Cycles, Barry and his son Josh delivered the presentation to the Children's Hospital accompanied by Grayden Racine from Air 1061. 

Workers at the hospital stated that they have seen a decrease in donations this year compared to last and were thankful for the "massive donation".

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