An annual bike ride called "Miles For The Missing" is making sure missing children will never be forgotten.
Grief brought on by the mysterious disappearance of three teens is why family members, and supporters gathered in Council Bluffs Sunday.
November of 2005 is the last time anyone saw 12-year-old Amber Harris.
"Without these extra resources, we wouldn't have known to do anything but just put out fliers and just look all the time," said Melissa Harris, Amber's mom.
July of 2004 is the last time anyone saw 17-year-old Ashley Martinez of Saint Joseph Missouri.
"We have not heard a word. It's been a nightmare," said Tammy Navinsky. "I don't know how you want to describe it. We spend every day trying to get on the Web sites, trying to find organizations to help."
Jason Jolkowski, 19, of Omaha vanished in June of 2001.
"It's an ongoing trauma. It's also a process of grief that you get stuck in because you don't really know," said Kelly Jolkowski, Jason's mother. "What am I grieving for? Am I grieving because someone's deceased? Am I grieving because they went away from us?"
Project Jason, a support system for families of missing children, sponsors the event in which bikers ride from one to 44 miles.
Kelly Jolkowski, the founder of Project Jason set up Sunday's bike ride for nearly 30 riders.