Canadian sisters Roxanne Schmidt and Danialle Sagmoen flew more than 1000 miles to be by their mother's side.
"When your moms in an accident, when you only have four hours you don't think," said Sagmoen.
On June 23rd at 7a.m., 53 year-old Schmidt and eight other riders were passing through Brownfield when a car in front of her suddenly stopped.
She immediately flew off the motorcycle to the concrete below.
"We knew right away it wasn't good," said Sagmoen.
She was air lifted to UMC hospital where they treated her broken collar bone, shoulder, and right arm.
"For us it's hard to leave the hospital," said Schmidt.
The sisters are trying to move her back to Canada where the healthcare is cheaper.
And that's why the Lubbock Harley Owner Group is trying to raise money for the family.
"I just can't imagine being in there shoes," said Joan O'Briant. "We definitely want to help any other riders we don't care where they're from."
Although they are struggling with the medical and living costs here in Lubbock, they've seen an overwhelming amount of support from hogs.
"It's not even the money it's the support they've given us," said Schmidt. There's no way to show our appreciation for everything they've all done they're like family now."