MIDLAND/ODESSA - It's that time of year again.
On Saturday morning, NewsWest 9 and the Salvation Army kicked off the Toy Drive.
More than 60 motorcycles made the ride to the NewsWest 9 Studios to drop off toys.
They were fueled by a breakfast cooked up by the T-Twister's Motorcycle Club.
While this is the 17th year for the ride, some believe this may be the most important.
"The kids need it, because of our economics right now. Everything is down right now and we really need to help the children of our community this year," Ed Dailing with the T-Twisters Motorcycle Club, said.
The Salvation Army says the need has increased this year.
To take part in the toy drive, just drop off a new unwrapped toy at any Midland/Odessa Fire Station or at the NewsWest 9 Studios.