Sunday afternoon, the Vermont's Thunder Ride began in Richmond and ended in Enosburg.
During the 137 mile stretch, riders said is a time to remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, and continue to serve in the military.
It's also a way to provide helpful services to local veterans.
"Our sole purpose is to raise funds to help veterans. Any opportunity that comes up, we get out there," said Donald Edwards, Chapter Commander.
"Being able to honor the veterans. That's the big thing, that's what we do," said Bob Wheeler, Vermont Thunder Crew.
The ride was free, but Vermont Thunder pins, patches, and flags were sold beforehand to raise money for veterans and their families.
Of course, donations were accepted too.
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