LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Motorcyclists in Lafayette were thinking pink Sunday for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
About 30 motorcyclists met at Crossroads Motorsports Sunday afternoon for the 7th annual Think Pink Ride.
Officials said they expect to raise about $2,500 from the ride.
Proceeds will go to the YWCA Cancer Program, which provides mammograms for women that can't afford them.
Event organizer Lynn Brown said the event is special for many of the riders.
"A lot of us have had family members or friends that have been effected by breast cancer. I've had three aunts that have had it, so it's near and dear to my heart," said Brown.
Participants rode about 50 miles Sunday. They drove from Lafayette through Delphi and Brookston and ended at American Legion Post 492 in West Lafayette.
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