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Did you see these bike riders as you went to work this morning they are heading to San Diego.
-- money for every mile they ride for injured Marines that's -- one.
It will take three days to get to the destination.
The Marine Corps depot in San Diego.
They start from this strip mall in north Scottsdale they'll cover 430 miles.
Among the seventy writers and injured marine Angel Gomez.
I -- I get hit by a roadside bomb.
And it -- it -- shrapnel.
In the hit.
Angel lost the use of the right side of his body.
Money raised from these rides helped him with medical bills.
And with a special bike he's ready to ride.
John -- came up with the idea of ride after watching his nephew graduate from marine boot camp and get ready to fight overseas.
I decided at that point that.
I would try to do something that would that would help get back to take care those people that are that are taking care about.
So it's called life -- simplify.
Many Marines and former Marines in the valley joined the ride.
In its fourth year but to serving eight years and records been.
Very difficult receive many of our brother and sister Marines come back.
Having to deal with difficulty of combat these riders will raise over 300000.
Dollars and three days.
Or injured Marines and their families.
And I had.
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