One motorcycle club hit the road to help the family of one of the five servicemen killed in the Chattanooga attack.

Georgia's Wingmen Motorcycle Club hosted a benefit ride today for the family of 21-year-old Marine Lance Cpl. Skip Wells.

Hundreds of bikers traveled about 100 miles from Marietta, Ga., to the recruiting center in Chattanooga, where the horrific shooting took place. 

Proceeds from the benefit ride are being donated to Wells' family and to start the Skip Wells Memorial Scholarship. 

Wells, who was the youngest victim killed in the attack last month, was a member of the Marine Forces Reserve. 

His mother, Cathy, has previously said that her son died doing what he loved for the love of his country and his family.

Watch the video clip above.


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