The 4th annual 'See us, Save us' motorcycle ride took place on Saturday. The event promotes awareness for drivers in the city, to take caution for 2-wheeled vehicles.
The event started four years ago after the group lost five friends.
Molly Harris encouraged all drivers to look for each other. She said the summer time is the prime time for motorcyclists.
"Summer is definitely motorcycle time. We like to ride, it's beautiful outside, and we just want to promote awareness," Harris said. "Look twice, make sure you see people. We want people to know that we're here to support everybody else as well. But, we just want you to have some awareness of motorcycles. That's why they're so loud. That's why they play their music lous, because they want you to know that they're coming up around you.'
About 400 riders were in attendance today.