Motorcyclists often get a bad rap. Part of it may be their gruff exterior or the fact that society wants us to believe that dressing in leather and chains is something that only gang members or scoundrels do. But bikers around the world are doing amazing things to help their communities and make the world a better place.

One such biker is Brandon Turnbow and his story starts as he was riding down Highway 171 in Texas.

Turnbow had just passed a vehicle that was pulled off to the side of the road when he looked in his rear-view mirror and saw the driver of the vehicle beating a small brown and white dog. Turnbow saw the man beating the dog eventually throw the dog in the air where it landed near the curb.

Of course he turned around to give the man a piece of his mind and rode after him to flip him off. But then Turnbow went back to the dog to rescue him.

"And now I have a co-pilot. Meet Mr. Davidson," read Turnbow's Facebook post about the incident in which he is posing by his Harley with the injured dog wrapped in his coat.

Was riding out to meet dad this morning an saw a vehicle pulled over on 171 with a worthless piece of crap beating an...

Posted by Brandon Turnbow on Sunday, February 14, 2016

Things weren't over for Turnbow, however.

The experience with his new dog, Mr. Davidson, had such an impact on Turnbow that he decided to start a nonprofit to help other abused dogs. And so was born Bikers Against Animal Abuse National Global (BAAANG).

Turnbow wrote a song about his experience and the YouTube video has gained over 500,000 views.

Thank you Brandon for your hard work to defend the helpless.

This man's example shows how, when any of us see things that we want changed, if we put our minds to it we can change the world. Let's all go forward and do a little better after hearing about this awesome example of Christian service.

h/t: Mad World News



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