6th Annual Tucker’s Toy Run Delivers Gifts to St. Luke’s

6th Annual Tucker’s Toy Run Delivers Gifts to St. Luke’s


WHO: Hundreds of Motorcyclists from around the Lehigh Valley.


Motorcyclists from around the Lehigh Valley bring gifts to St. Luke's University Campus on Nov. 5


WHAT: The 6th Annual Tucker’s Toy Run is a spectacular show of kindness, love and holiday spirit as each cyclist brings a toy or toys to be given to hospitalized children over the holidays.

WHERE: The bikers will leave at noon Nov. 5 from the parking lot of the Tri-Boro Sportsmen Club at 21st and Canal streets in Northampton to ride to the parking lot in front of St. Luke’s University Hospital at 801 Ostrum St. in Bethlehem where cribs will be set up outside to receive the toys.

WHEN: Riders plan to arrive in the hospital’s main parking lot in front of Entrance B between 12:30 p.m. and 1 p.m. to deliver toys for children who must spend the holidays in the hospital. Riders are often met by children who, accompanied by their parents, are well enough to go outside to meet them.

WHY: To honor and celebrate the life of the cyclists’ fallen friend Tucker Stuart by delivering toys for children to enjoy over the holidays.