HILL AIR FORCE BASE -- Motorcyclists are revving up their engines to spread awareness for safety on the road and for all travelers to share the road.
The fourth annual See Me, Save Me ride starts at 11 a.m. today at Hill Air Force Base.
Bikers will be riding out from the base through local communities to motivate motorists to be aware of them while driving and to curb the number of deaths on the road.
According to Utah's "Zero Fatalities" campaign website, there were 33 motorcycle fatalities in 2012.
Hill's Motorcycle Safety Program encourages bikers to ride defensively and to make sure motorists see them. In addition, the program reminds riders that a biker is never too experienced to take a refresher course on motorcycle safety.
The ride will set out from the Roy Gate at 11 a.m. in a circular route through nearby communities and will end at the Hill Aerospace Museum. Off-base riders who want to join the ride should stage at the museum by 10:45 a.m.
Utah Highway Patrol will serve as an escort for the riders.
If the ride is delayed or canceled because of weather, information on the ride can be found at 801-586-0782.