Brent kearney news channel 2 the weather held up this morning for bikers to get t and go for a ride.
All while raising monefor some legged friends.
The 7th annual bikers for animals, ride and auction happened today.
The evenstarted with over 100 bikers heading out on a50 mile ride from the harley davidson of utica on commercial drive.
There were even a few 4- legged passengers along for the journey.
The ride ended at the fx matt brewery in utica with a post ride party that featured plenty of food, music, raffles, and a live auction.
The money raised from the ride will go to benefit the stevens-swan humane society.
"we survive solely on events likethis and donaons frothe generalpublin so great to ce out and helus with everything we do.
Events like this make a he differee in geing the animals vetted, spayed, neutered, micro chipped, everything.
Everythingwe do at events like o back into helping the animals here in oneida county."
The shelter takes in on average 2,000 to 2,500 animals a year.
The average monthly vet cost for just one of these animals, according