22 women on the open road as part of The Breast Ride Ever. The goal is to raise awareness about breast cancer and money to help those fighting the disease. For rider Regina Neill it started as a way to show support for friends until the day she got a call from her daughter who had discovered a lump in her breast.Neill says, "You want to do as much for your children as you can. You want to try and keep them from harm as much as you can." Neill felt helpless as her daughter endured a breast cancer diagnosis that would lead to a double mastectomy. But now she says her daughter is almost done with her treatment. For this mom every mile on the open road with the ladies in pink offers hope and a chance to make a difference. Coordinator Kim Johnson says the money goes to help people with everything from buying wigs to getting groceries. And after a quick meal at the Pig Trail Harley-Davidson in Rogers the women will load up and head out on a mission to others.