Smooth oldies and '90s slow jams echoed off the brick walls of Harley-Davidson/Buell of Glendale on Sunday morning.
Yet again, more than 70 bike club members gathered to ride their motorcycles for a good cause.
The seventh annual Blanket Run, presented by the Blazers and the Buffalo Soldiers motorcycle clubs, had begun.
The Blanket Run is a Pasadena-focused charity ride where club members and other bikers are welcome to bring cash donations and/or blankets for charity. This year, the Blanket Run benefits the American Legion, Post 280, of Pasadena, and Pasadena homeless shelters.
"We carry on a legacy with this run," said Cathy "Cat" Mabry, president of the four-person motorcycle club, The Blazers.
She and late Buffalo Soldiers president Yvonne "Isis" Palmer came up with the idea for the blanket run charity event, but Palmer did not live to see her idea come to fruition.