A Daleville motorcycle ministry rides around Alabama to help raise money for others in the Wiregrass community.
The 2nd annual "god and country" ride began at 9:30 am at the Daleville Baptist Church.
Riders made stops to both the Daleville First United Methodist Church and to the Ozark chapter of the Disabled American Veterans. Both organizations were presented $515 checks from the F.A.I.T.H riders.
"The F.A.I.T.H rider ministry is a group that shows our faith. We're not a riding club, we don't do poker runs. It's always a benefit for somebody in the community," said Charlie Wigglesworth, the director of the Daleville F.A.I.T.H riders.
The Daleville F.A.I.T.H riders will have their next event in September. Bikers plan to "Ride for Supplies" to help out local schools.