Group of bikers lines up at girl’s lemonade stand after her mom helped them during crash

What a beautiful story!


Many times, even the tiniest acts of kindness can go a long way, and although those who do good deeds don’t really expect anything in return, paying them back must feel great.

It was September 2, 2018, when a woman named Daryn Sturch from Chili, Indiana, was on the road with her daughter. As they were driving, they came across an accident on the road. Being a nurse, Daryn knew she needed to get out of her car and provide help to the injured passengers. She ran towards them as fast as she could and did all in her power to keep them awake until ambulance arrived.

“I told my daughter I need to help and ran up to assist,” Daryn recalled as speaking to WRTV. “I learned later that the victims were affiliated with a group called Miwaukee Iron.”

“I stayed with them and did the best I could to triage them and keep them awake and calm,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle.

Eager to learn if everyone was safe and sound, Daryn got in touch with the bikers through their Facebook group. Luckily, they all survived and were doing great. The best thing is that they all remained very good friends.

One day, around a year after the accident, the bikers decided to do something for Daryn and her daughter Bryanne. Namely, they learned that 8-year-old Bryanne decided to hold a lemonade stand in order to raise money for equipment for her horse. The bikers Daryn and told her they will be there for some lemonade on September 15.

Believe it or not, around 30 bikers got in a queue waiting to get a glass from Bryanne. It truly was a sight to behold. Needless to say, the girl was over the moon to have so many costumers that day.

“[Bryanne] was so happy and surprised, and afterwards she told me she thought there were nice people in the world,” Daryn said. “They came through and made her day.”

Some of them were the victims of the accident that took place a year prior and Daryn was glad to see them.

It looks like that despite their rough looks, most bikers are just gentle giants.

“I think it’s a perfect example of how just because you don’t look the same way or dress the same way or have the same hobbies or interests doesn’t mean we don’t have the same core values inside us,” Daryn said. “We shouldn’t make assumptions about people, we should just love each other.”

What a beautiful story!