May 31, more than 600 bikers hit the dirt at Palo Duro Canyon to help find a cure.
This year it's the biggest turnout 24 hours in the Canyon has ever seen, about 620 riders.
The event is a nonprofit.
Event Director Ryan Parnell tells us in late 2006 he thought he had Lymphoma.
It turns out, it was a false diagnosis.
He was relieved and blessed, and felt like it was time to turn a tragedy, into a triumph.
People from all over the country, as far as Wyoming headed to Palo Duro Canyon to ride.
We caught up with one biker who tells us why she takes part.
He says no other 24 hour event in the country, besides this one, allows people to do both.
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