NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) -- Motorcycles roared through the streets of Nicholasville Wednesday evening to remember railroad company founder Rick Corman.
He died last Friday after a long battle with cancer.
Some folks organized a motorcycle ride to show their respect for the man and what he meant to the community.
More than 50 motorcycles went through the streets of Nicholasville in honor of Corman and they plan on helping continue the good works that he was known for.
"We want to make this an annual event to raise money for his cancer foundation. Then give back in his name," said Tish Harrison, who was the ride coordinator.
Organizers tell us they were shocked with the amount of motorcycles that were a part of the ride, especially since it was put together late Monday night.