Biker club interstate clean up

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) The Hells Angels Nomads Chapter in Wyoming. Ignites a interstate clean up initiative, as they call it cleaning up their share of America.

"Our charter really looks forward to making good strides in the community, giving back wherever we can," Wyoming Nomad's Rod Erickson said.

The Motorcycle Club cleans up both sides of the highway at I-80 and north college drive. City of Cheyenne plans to donate this portion of the state highway to the nomads, in honor of the Hells Angels community service's.

According to the chapter the community's reception to the MC's good deeds have been quite different compared to public opinion.

"Thanks for welcoming us out here with open arms, we appreciate all of the help out here from all of our support, the support charters. We really appreciate everybody that's been kind, thank you," Nomad's Erickson also said.

Hell's Angels Nomads complete this mission four times a year. They are welcoming more volunteers, in the coming future.