STOUGHTON - The weather turned out to be great for a motorcycle ride on Sept. 11.
This was the 24th annual Ride for Ronald McDonald House, traditionally organizing by the Prairie Winds Motorcycle Club.
Several bikers from Stoughton took to the highway and joined up with 88 riders at the Estevan McDonalds for the ride.
With registration completed, they left Estevan and headed towards Lampman. From there, they cruised over to Arcola and eventually ended up in Stoughton at the Crossroads Bar and Grill, which hosted the large group for supper when they arrived.
Beef on a bun and salads were on the menu with proceeds being donated to the Ronald McDonald House.
A representative from the house was on hand as well. Approximately 30 donated raffles from supporters were also on hand to win.
This event has always been held in the fall and this year was no different. With barely any wind and the sun shining, the ride went without any issues.
According to Chris White, one of the riders and organizers for Stoughton, over $800 in Stoughton alone was raised and this has set a record for the Crossroads bar.
Altogether the motorcycle group raised over $5,000 towards the Ronald McDonald House in Saskatoon.