The money raised helps ease some of the pain, but honoring the memory of those lost is priceless.
"We want them to know that their loved one has not been forgotten. That they're always in people's thoughts...they're always there. We want to keep the public aware that they've given such a great sacrifice. They've given up their life for their community...maybe a loved one. And we want people to know that."
'Cops Cycling for Survivors' rode a total of eighty seven miles Monday, starting in Terre Haute, and ending their trip in Princeton.