SARATOGA SPRINGS– Despite Sunday's wet weather four dozen bicyclists rode from Amsterdam to Saratoga Springs to show their support for families of missing children and adults. Sunday's event was part of the ride for missing children, which started in 1995. Today it extends to five areas around NY state. Each event raises money for missing children posters. "So far we have put out 7 million posters on 7,167 missing children. The great news is 5,122 of those children are now successfully recovered" says Frank Williams, chairman, ride for missing children. Mary Lyall is all too familiar with those posters. Her daughter Suzanne went missing from SUNY Albany in march of 1998 and is still missing. Mary and her husband Doug have worked hard to help pass seven federal laws that puts the focus on not only missing children but students and some adults as well. "You know the day that person goes missing they get on the front page and then as the week wears on they go to the back page and then eventually they're completely gone" says Lyall. Gwen Temperton traveled from Canada to take part in Sunday's event. Temperton's daughter went missing 24 years ago and like Lyall everyday she's focused on keeping her story alive. "Until I know what happened there's always an ending to every story and I'm looking for that ending. I'm doubtful that she's alive but I want to know the end of the story" adds Temperton. "Until we know for sure that they find her you know unfortunately deceased we are always going to have hope" says Lyall.