TULSA, Oklahoma -- Some Green Country cyclists skipped the spandex and reached for stilettos before biking Sunday.
Riders clad in costumes and high heels took to the streets for a mile long ride to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis.
"Basically they say we ride because we can for those who can't...so this is," said Dana McBride, MS Volunteer.
Organizers say it's the first year for a "Mile High for M-S", but it won't be the last.
They plan to make it an annual event.
The ride raised more than 500 dollars for the National M-S Society.