Around 50 bikes participated all the way in Panama City, Florida. While many do not know Chief Landers, they said he is part of a brotherhood.
"Never met him. Doesn't matter. It's all about him. He's a fellow biker," said participant Ken "Sarge" Mouzon.
Landers was in Panama City for a motorcycle event Friday night, when investigators say a drunk driver pulled out in front of his Harley, throwing the Chief from his bike.
Officers and bikers in Florida decided to do a ride-by of the Bay Medical Center where Landers remains in critical condition.
"Myself, I'm a retired law enforcement officer and it's a brotherhood. Not only on a bike but law enforcement...Once you're a cop you're always a cop. It doesn't matter if you're from Washington State or Key West, Florida or anywhere in between. If something happens we all try to help out," said Sergeant Marc Tochterman with the Bay County Sheriff's Office.
A family member posted on the "Pray for Joe Landers" Facebook page, "The ride by was amazing... I stayed with dad and we listened to the thunder together. Thanks to all involved for making it happen."
Even hundreds of miles away from Lowell, Arkansas, Police Chief Landers listened to the sound of support.
"This is just to show the family that they have support here in this town because they are far from home," said a participant.
"Hopefully he'll hear the bikes and it'll help start the healing process."
Florida Troopers say the drunk driver has been identified as Jimmy John Christo Junior, and they said he did not stop after striking Landers.
Chief Landers' family is requesting people not call the hospital. If you want to pass along thoughts or prayers for the Chief, click here for the "Pray for Joe Landers" Facebook page which is being updated by his family regularly.