When Levi Hicks and a few of his friends stopped at a Go Mart in Clay, West Virginia, they had no idea they’d be able to help a stranger cross something off of their bucket list.
While Hicks was on his motorcycle in the parking lot of the gas station an elderly woman named Susan approached him. She had a simple request for the group of bikers, would one of them be able to give her a ride around the parking lot? If so, she’d pay them $20.
Hicks was out with his friends when a stranger approached and asked if she could have a ride on a motorcycle.
Even though no one knew the woman, Hicks assured her that one of them would let her on their motorcycle.
According to Hicks, riding a motorcycle was on Susan’s bucket list and she wanted to be able to take a picture and send it to her son. He was happy to help her cross an item off her list.
As he told her to follow him over to the bikes, he learned that she was blind, so he let her hold onto his arm and the two walked over to his bike.
The men we happy to help Susan cross something off of her bucket list.
The bikers helped Susan onto Hick’s motorcycle and before he started to drive he checked with Susan to see if she needed to let anyone know what she was doing.
“She said, ‘No, she will see us!'” he wrote on Facebook. “Her friend walked out of the gas station, so the lady yelled, ‘Quick, get the camera!'”
Susan got a picture and a video of her crossing off an item on her bucket list!
Susan had a blast as the two rode around the parking lot.
“Not only did this make her day, but it made mine as well,” he wrote.