Motorcycle and bicycle riders packed the Laredo Border Patrol sector to honor a fallen agent. "I'm sure my son is in heaven looking at us." Family members of Jeffrey Ramirez were on hand to see the participants leave. "It makes me feel so glad. Like I said, so humble. So glad. So honored." Joe Ramirez described his son as energetic. He clutched a cross with special meaning to the Ramirez family. "This cross was made by the Texas bike cops out of San Antonio and they presented me with his badge number." One of the organizers for this memorial bike ride says he has mixed emotions when he sees the family members at these events. "It's painful. Reminds you of your own immortality. Reminds you that at any given point, things can go wrong." Officer Bazany traveled down to Laredo from San Antonio. He started doing these memorial bike rides back in 1992. "I lost a good friend of mine named Fabien Dominguez and I wasn't an honor guard officer, so I wasn't able to do the honor guard carrying the casket." He recalls just standing in the crowd mourning the loss of his friend. So he decided to come up with a unique way to honor the memory of fallen officers. "Without them, it would mean nothing." They stopped half way through their ride to honor another agent who lost his life. A moment of silence was held in his remembrance.