Hundreds rally in motorcade for the shooting victims

Motorcyclists travel on Highway 153 on Sunday, July 19, 2015, in Chattanooga, Tenn., as they ride from the Armed Forces Career Center on Lee Highway to the Navy Operational Support Center and Marine Corps Reserve Center on Amnicola Highway in the aftermath of a Thursday terrorist attack at those two facilities that killed four Marines and one member of the U. S. Navy.

Hundreds of motorcycles and cars blocked off Lee Highway today for a motorcade to honor those who died in the recent Chattanooga shootings.

The initial leg of the motorcade blocked off Lee Highway about 15 minutes.

The event was organized by the Christian Motorcyclists Association. It met at Sportsman's Warehouse, directly across the street from the site of the first shooting Thursday.

"It's just a time to show respect for the fallen soldiers," said Chris Evans, a biker from Cleveland. He heard about the event on social media. "You can't overlook that. Shouldn't overlook that."

The motorcade will also visit the site on Amnicola Highway where the second shooting took place. A man with a megaphone, who addressed the people before it began, asked the riders not to go over 45 miles an hour out of respect for those fallen.