About 15,000 women lose the battle to ovarian cancer every year.
But today a group of people are riding to raise awareness and hopefully enough money to increase early detection testing of the disease.
The Ovarian Alliance of North Florida hosted it's 2nd annual, six hour indoor spinning ride at Good Friends Group Fitness.
Some folks rode and others cheered them on as they tried to raise about 25,000.
Kelly Smith, an Ovarian Cancer Survivor says,"It's a silent killer. There are symptoms but most of them are similar to what women face every month around their menstrual cycle. It's important to educate and raise awareness of this disease with the community."
The funds raised will be donated to the Florida Hospital in Orlando.