Zero percent -- that was the survival rate given to a Cedar Springs teen after an MRI revealed he had an aggressive brain tumor.

But now, Brison Ricker is beating the odds and the community rallying around him to show their support. A benefit was held Saturday, Oct. 22, for Brison and his family to help with the cost the medical bills.

Brison Ricker (middle) is flanked my his parents, Brian and Kim Ricker, along with four members of the organization entitled, "100+ Women Who Care." The group donated $2,000 to the Ricker family. The amount was matched by Frankenmuth Credit Union.

It was dirt bike themed -- one of Brison's favorite things -- and even star-studded. Scott Murray, a native Yooper and two-time X Games participant, was on hand.

Murray is one out of a handful of people around the world that can successfully complete a double back-flip, on a motorcycle, during a competition.

If you would like to donate to Brison and his family, there is a GoFundMe page available.