Hundreds of bikers roll out for a Unity Ride in Alabama
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (BIKER DAD)–Hundreds bikers rolled out for a Unity Ride in Alabama. WHNT reports they rode from one club’s headquarters in Brownsboro to another in Madison. The bikers were from all backgrounds and different groups and clubs. They were different races, men and women.
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This is the second year the riders have held this event and told WHNT that it was such a big success they are planning on doing it again next year. “We are here as one, as a family, feel free to reach out to us. Anytime you see a biker and you want to ask a question walk up to them and let them know who you are, greet, and we’ll come out and help regardless of what you’re going through,” Unity Ride co-organizer Chris Courtney told WHNT.
You can see the television station’s full report in the video player above.
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