Bikers revved up their engines and took the roads in unison to show support for autism. 

Harley Davidson of Panama City Beach held an autism charity ride, with all the proceeds from the event going to the George A. Butchikas Foundation for Autism.

Bikers started out the day with a free pancake and sausage breakfast before heading out together.

The ride took them from the shop, to West on Back Beach Road, then to Front Beach and finally back to where they started.

Organizers noted how the fun event helped bring many different riders for a single, unified cause.

“From beginning to end, it was just amazing seeing all the bikers come in here and they’re all just so excited. Just the camaraderie, raising money and awareness for autism,” said Carolyn Butchikas, George A. Butchikas Foundation for Autism director.

Tickets were 15 dollars for one, and 20 for two riders.

After the ride, bikers were treated to burgers and hotdogs as well live music.