Four state bicyclists met in Neosho Missouri to help give back to the community.
The riders met at the Neosho National Fish Hatchery.
Riders pedaled three routes; including a 25, 53 and 102 mile course.
Local cyclist and participant Chris Wilcox says its important to give back to your community.
"We were looking for some rides around, and we saw this new trout run century and I don't know if its the first year or not but anyway's we need to be out here and show our support for local rides." says Wilcox.
Proceeds of the ride will be used to help uninsured children, with school based dental services and the Joplin Trails Coalition.