Motorcyclists from around Wisconsin hit the road to help people with muscular dystrophy.
Organizers said the Wausau Fire Department ride has been helping raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association for many years.
They said more than 700 bike riders rolled from Wausau to Stevens point. Organizers said each year the event generates about $60,000.
"It's nice to see everybody come together for such a great cause. I got to meet Roy this morning, who benefits from this fundraiser and he just lights up to see everybody," said Sheryl Babl, event volunteer.
The riders returned to Rothschild for live entertainment at the Harley Davidson of Wausau at 7 p.m. Saturday.