Motorists going through Natick on Sept. 14 via Speen Street and Route 135 may want pull over in that area between 11:45 a.m. and noon.
That's when 200 motorcyclists will rumble through town as a benefit for The Fisher House Program in Boston.
Natick's Board of Selectmen approved a permit for the ride, which was presented by Natick Army Labs employee Darren Bean at the Sept. 9 meeting.
The motorcyclists plan to head into town via Route 135 in Wellesley at 11:30 a.m. and take a right onto Speen Street by 11:50 a.m.
"We won't impede traffic," Bean said. "We'll get it, get out. And there'll be no speeding. We're hoping to flow through so we don’t disrupt traffic or business."
The ride will be escorted by officers from the Middlesex County Sheriff's Office.
Vice Chairman Joshua Ostroff said he was a supporter of the benefit.
"This is for the families of severely injured veterans and soldiers," he said. "It's important to their therapy. It helps fly families in from other states."
Fisher Houses are homes donated to the military and Department of Veterans Affairs. These homes enable family members to be close to a loved one during the hospitalization for a combat injury, illness or disease.
Located in close proximity to the medical center or hospital it serves, each Fisher House consists of between eight and 21 suites, with private bedrooms and baths.
Selectman Nick Mabardy also trumpeted the riders' efforts.
"They are a driving force," he said. "They do a lot not just for veterans, but for other organizations."
To learn more about The Fisher House Program, visit http://www.fisherhouse.org/.