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Even though the ride ends today, the fundraising continues until July 31. To make a donation to fuel MS research progress and change the world for people affected by multiple sclerosis, go to BPMS150.net.
Here are a few reasons why people ride.
WATCH NOW: Melanie Lawson on what the ride means to her
WATCH NOW: Because We Can cyclist group features riders with MS
WATCH NOW: Mom who uses wheelchair opens up about life with MS
"Yes, I have MS" - Mom who uses a wheelchair describes life with MS
This weekend, more than 13,000 cyclists and 3,500 volunteers will hit the road from Houston to Austin in the BP MS 150. It's a two day, 180 mile trek and the largest fundraiser for Multiple Sclerosis in the world. The central nervous system disease can affect anyone, even an active, young mom. Lisa Sailor explains what her life is like with MS.
WATCH NOW: Teen football star with MS
WATCH NOW: Doctor who treats MS also rides in the BP MS 150
Doc Who Rides In MS 150
All of the riders in the BP MS 150 have a personal story. From fundraising to a personal connection and even a professional one. The ride course is where it all merges together for Dr. George Hutton. Dr. Hutton treats MS patients everyday and this year, he will ride alongside some of them in the BP MS 150.
WATCH NOW: ABC13 sports reporter David Nuno tries the "Challenge Course" at the BP MS 150
DNU MS 150 Hills
The BP MS 150 is a two-day fundraising bike ride with 13,000 riders organized by staff and volunteers from the National MS Society South Central Region and is the largest of 100 Bike MS events in the United States. The BP MS 150 has three official start locations in the Houston area on Saturday morning.
WATCH NOW: BP MS 150 Bicycle fitting for women
WATCH NOW: Casey's BP MS 150 Forecast
PHOTOS: The finish line last year
LIVE VIEWS TENT CITY IN LA GRANGE, WHERE RIDERS WILL STOP AFTER FIRST LEG OF BP MS 150