LEWISTON, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Motorcycle riders united on Saturday to ride for a good cause.
They drove more than 30 miles doting flags of missing people in New England.
Cynthia Caron is the founder of LostNMissing, an organization dedicated to keeping those cases in the public eye.
"For the most part if they are located safely, the large majority of them are located by the actual public," Caron said. "Somebody makes recognition."
The Ride for the Missing is the first ever attempt by the organization to get bikers to drive the awareness.
One of them was Lou Sicoett of Bethel, who participates in benefit rides when he can.
"We love to ride," said Lou Sicoett. "Might as well do some good while we're at it."