Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - Nearly 100 bike riders hit the pavement for the annual Syracuse Ride for Missing Children on Friday.
The riders took to the streets for 100 miles through Onondaga County, making stops at schools and spreading their message of Internet safety for kids. The first stop was Ray Middle School in Baldwinsville.
“We just wanted to raise their awareness that our students could be safe both in their community, online, and here at Ray Middle School so we thought it would be a wonderful start – one of our teachers participates – for the past two years she's participated – so we wanted to come out and support her as well,” said Ray Middle School Geoffrey Morton.
All money raised from the ride will benefit the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.