Bikers raise money for families of fallen officers

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GREENFIELD (WITI) -- Hundreds of Harleys made their way from Greenfield to East Troy Saturday afternoon, May 25th, in an effort to raise money for the families of fallen officers.

About 300 riders left from the House of Harley heading to a COPS camp for children. COPS stands for "Concerns of Police Survivors."

"We do this ride because we think its important to support the families of the officers who have fallen," said House of Harley President John Schaller. "They, of course, made that ultimate sacrifice for us, to keep us safe. I think it's one of those things at the very least we could do."

Law enforcement members from across the Midwest came out to support and lead off the ride.

This is the second annual Law Enforcement Ride.