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Well another tradition an impressive gathering of bikers taking to the road to remember the lives lost on nine elevenths -- journey began Thursday in Shanksville Pennsylvania.
For the motorcycle it's paid their respects to the people who died aboard flight 93.
They -- Friday at the Pentagon and then finish their trip today at ground zero right here in New York City in an appointment with which writers today.
I saw you in tears at one point it was really moving it really was emotional for a lot of people out there even grown men and tears today hat that Harris but.
Today marked the last leg of America's 9/11 foundation motorcycle ride they travel through six states.
And Washington DC one man we spoke to board member Roger -- Has been on every ride for the last eleven years.
-- gets emotional swell when talking about riding throughout small town seeing every day people lined the streets with.
Signs in their hands and tears in their -- This is a bucket -- right.
This is something that you have to do at least once in your life and once you do -- you wanna come back and do it again just because of the the raw emotion that.
That people feel and and to see the the response that we get from the small towels that we go through people literally lie in the streets.
Well the first memorial ride happened just a few weeks after the terrorist attacks in 2001 but since then the group always -- the event during.
The third week of August so as not to interfere Harris with.
People mourning in September.
You know I'm curious to know if there were any people in particular they honored during the ride and sometimes they try to focus on different people -- that's my first what's in the next.
What types of groups.
-- the -- of support and it's a great organization not an eleven fallen heroes like first responders and victims as -- are honored.
And really remembered as a whole but some participants like Richard -- -- -- Are honoring someone in particular Canadian is tower to survivor himself.
Writing for his son in -- very best friend Joseph hunter a firefighter who lost his life while trying to save others.
I experienced highs and lows I mean I I got through the streets -- -- -- pretty well there at times they get up there and I just start I have 66 years old and I guess when I stop crime maybe you can put me in -- ground because it's still it's an emotional impact.
And that's very difficult to see on the surface but people carry that would in their heart every day.
For our years of coverage and support America's 9/11 foundation presented me with a flag on behalf of Fox News Channel.
It it's been flown over all three crash sites and today.
The motorcycle ride Harris has also raised a 180000.
Dollars in scholarships for children -- active first responders.
Across the country and they also try to make this a generational thing for for people who are too young.
To really remember you and I -- remember exactly where we were absolutely Aniston accredited that there were a lot of children who had gone with her parents as they kind of shore up that generational gap and continue on the with a historic story of what happened and -- the memorial as well it was really me.
Good to see you thank you very much.
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