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atv riders met up and went off road in doniphan county today, and it was all for a good cause. kq2's ron johnson was there and has more... <<ron johnson reportingone by one they hit the trail[chris rush] we're gonna eat dust today but, then again that's our name, sohundreds of atv riders that make up the dusty face atv and off-road club got together this weekend for a special ride. group members say the hobby of atv riding is lifelong. [rush] we grew up on these things, and this is what we find fascinating [ryan quick] i grew up around atv's and it's a passion i enjoy. they also share what makes atv riding so much fun for them [quick] its kinda like getting in the outdoors and seeing stuff you don't get to see in a car window. while club members said it's a great way to break away from the ordinary, they also said this ride is a great way to give back. every year the club teams up with a local charitable organization to donate proceeds from their event. and this year it's the northwest missouri dream factory. [rush] we're hoping to give at least one kid a good dream.the organization works with children and their families battling sickness. those behind the it say their goal is to help those families break away from their ordinary. [rita hook] it just gets them away from the doctor's offices and needles and appointments and they just get to be a family, and have fun. these riders say at the end of the day that's what its all about [rush] we just want to do our part and to give backron johnson kq2 news>> today's route started at the new life church in blair this morning. for information about their group you can find a link to their facebook page in this story on our website