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ChiPs legend Erik Estrada was back on his motorcycle on Saturday for a charity ride through Campbell County in Virginia.

The 59-year-old led the ride for the Safe Surfin’ Foundation, an organization established to protect children from online predators.

“In the old days you found the child sexual predators in the park, in the mall or on the street,” he told ABC13. “And now they are on the internet.”

Estrada is well known for his charity work with organizations such as DARE, United Way, and the American Heart Association.

The charity ride also featured a family picnic and a dance.

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