Amarillo, TX - Hundreds of cyclists rode together in an effort to help those who battle multiple sclerosis.
This weekend was the 25th anniversary of Bike MS starting in Amarillo and ending in Canadian.
The two-day 150 mile ride raises funds to support ms research as well as programs and services that directly impact individuals living with the disease.
"It's estimated today that it costs seventy thousand dollars per person per year to live with MS So it's very expensive and we do what we can to make that a little bit easier for those living with MS today," April Brownlee, National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Around 200 people participated in the event.