Cyclists Traveling 700 Miles for Fallen Heroes, Families


By Brittany Bivins

A group of cyclists is traveling 700 miles to honor law enforcement's fallen heroes.

The 30 team members of the 2013 Brotherhood Ride made their way through Troy Tuesday afternoon. They're hoping to make the trip from Florida to Tennessee in nine days. All the riders are members of law enforcement or fire and rescue departments. They're raising money for the families of law enforcement and emergency responders who died in the line of duty. If you'd like to donate or get more information on the ride, visit

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