300 Bikers Ride along I-40 in Support of Veterans
May 19, 2014 - box office
300 bikers came down I-40 on their approach to a Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C., Sunday morning.
According to Bishop Randell Drake of New Horizon Ministries, a bikers are roving to D.C. in approval of veterans’ sacrifices and contributions done to a nation.
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The name of this eventuality is called Run For a Wall and they float from all over, fasten adult with any other along a way.
This is their eighth year of transport to D.C., nonetheless third year by Oklahoma.
Bishop Drake collected 12 churches together to support a bikers on a road.
Each church collected with signs and refreshments during 12 exits along I-40 from Shawnee to Sallisaw to inspire and hearten for a bikers as they gathering through.
These 300 bikers are approaching to accommodate adult with about 2,000 others during a Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C.
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