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I spent it as a free American biker, taking in and enjoying a toy run, something akin to what I think those who perished might have done. I think memorials and organized remembrances are wonderful things, but in the end it is ( to me anyway ) the celebration of our basic liberties that serve their memory the best. I continue to pray for those who were left behind, and I continue to salute those who work ever diligently to keep and secure our freedoms.. personally I believe that is the very least we can do.. now to the ride.

Some vids

One of our donations enduring a shake test

SDC10009.mp4 video by CrazyDave - Photobucket

Waiting to leave

SDC10044.mp4 video by CrazyDave - Photobucket

and..we're off..

100_2551.mp4 video by CrazyDave - Photobucket

On the road

100_2558.mp4 video by CrazyDave - Photobucket


The pics

Korean Vet



Old Indian




a bit of overkill..but eh, what the heck



Attitude!



hanging out waiting to be donated




lets hit the road already!




Some old guy..





Linda on the back



Lindas shot of the group behind



and the group ahead



The young lady on the back liked my hair, said it was wild like hers



Nice chop!



Yeah 9/11 was well represented by flags







Beautiful weather good folks, great cause..ride free or die
 

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great pics and vids dave...i participated in a March of dimes ride for healthier babies in Hampton Va.back in 1994, it was a 2hr ride at 65-75mph all police escorted,there were somewhere near 1000 bikes. I had alot of fun,and it was for a great cause. Id love to be able to do stuff like this again.
Its great to see what some people call "badass bikers" doin great deeds such as the toy runs.it looked like a beautiful day and an awesome ride. thanks for sharing.
 

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Here, we had a "remember 9/11" rally on Saturday. The ROTC cadets from the college put it on. Only a few hundred bikes showed up because there was also a Patriot's Guard rally the same day.

I didn't take any pics. Thanks for sharing yours, Dave. Nice job.
 

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Nice pics, looked like it was fun. My 9-11-11 not so much; spent it doing a funeral escort for SPC Mullins of Owensboro, KY who was KIA in Afghanistan. Big escort with about 311 bikes.
 

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Well in the morning, I did a PGR ride escorting a piece of the twin towers to a memorial at a local fire dept. Then did an evening ride with some friends where I used to work. Thanks for the pics looked like fun.
 

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PGR flag line and service in remembrance of Sept 11th.
 
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