**FILE** In this June 21, 2008 file photo, a woman rides her Harley Davidson during the "Hamburg Harley Days 2008," in Hamburg, Germany. Harley-Davidson Inc. said Wednesday, July 16, 2008, its second-quarter profit fell sharply as a weak economy, record-high gas prices and lower consumer confidence continued to hobble the iconic motorcycle maker's shipments and sales. (AP Photo/Fabian Bimmer)
(AP)-- A wish by a 7-year-old Idaho cancer patient to be part of a motorcycle gang started off a bit more realistically than planned.
Rexburg police say as nearly 400 bikers gathered Saturday to grant Wesley Johnson's wish to participate in a motorcycle rally, five members of the Idaho Falls-based Brothers Speed attacked two bikers from Pocatello's Empties motorcycle club.
A 57-year-old Pocatello man suffered serious head and facial injuries and broken bones, while a 50-year-old Pocatello man suffered minor injuries. Police say the second man fired a 9 mm pistol in what he said were warning shots in an attempt to break up the fight.
Police are still investigating.
Saturday's rally did raise more than $6,000 in donations to help pay for Wesley's medical expenses.