The 24th annual Ronald McDonald House Motorcycle Ride brought in over $5,000 for the Ronald McDonald House in Saskatoon.

The event took place on Sept. 11 and began at the Estevan McDonald's before the riders hit the highway.

"There was 85 riders that showed up, it was a beautiful day for a ride so that was good to see," said organizer Pam Currie.

All together, the ride raised $5,225. 

"They were pretty happy about that," Currie said.

Currie also spoke about the importance of the event in terms of where the money goes.

"The Ronald McDonald House proceeds helps them with their organization and operation of their house. So we thought that was a really good thing for Saskatchewan families to be able to use," Currie said.

"So we decided to start donating to them 24 years ago, and lots of families that we know are able to benefit by using the house. So we think it's a really great cause."