INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - An annual bike ride to honor the lives of officers killed in the line of duty ended Saturday at Crown Hill Cemetery.
People gathered to welcome the 51 people who took part in the Cops Cycling for Survivors bike ride around Indiana.
This is the 11th year for the event.
The group is made up of active and retired police officers who ride to raise money and awareness for law enforcement families across state.
This year, the cyclists recognized two officers killed in the line of duty -- Lake County Corrections Officer Britney Meux and Indiana Department of Corrections Officer Timothy Betts.
The ride is in memory of Lieutenant Gary Dudley and Retired Chief Gary Martin who were killed during the annual ride in 2006.
"We're very proud of what we've done with this bike ride over the 11 years of its existence," said Rich Crawford with Cops Cycling for Survivors. "We're keeping Gary Dudley's memory alive and his vision alive by honoring our fallen officers around the state of Indiana and remembering the survivors that have been left behind."
Organizers raised over $38,000 during the 13-day bike ride.
To date, the cycling event has raised more than $300,000 for the surviving families of officers who have been killed in the line of duty.
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