ADA, Oklahoma (KTEN) -- The annual ride to end domestic violence in Ada takes place on October 15th.

"A lot of us that have been through it in our own life," said organizer Tina Blankenship. "And we know how difficult it can be for someone to get out before something actually happens to them, and with the rising rate of indigenous women coming up missing or murdered or, which started with the abuse."

Riders from Sacred Circle's Ride sets out around 11 tomorrow morning from Ada to Shawnee and back.

When they return there will be a silent auction, drawings and food..

Their focus this year on Native Americans dealing with domestic violence.

"After we kicked off the first one," said Blankenship. "There were quite a few girlfriends and spouses that had dealt with it. That in turn made it important to us, and you know, all the guys."