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The weather could not be any more spectacular for the final leg of America's 9/11 motorcycle memorial right.
Stretching into the finish line today here in New York City and this is the thirteenth annual -- We're motorcyclist does it all three crash sites of September 11.
All while raising money for active first responders and their families joining us now is Roger flick he's an executive board member.
And promotions manager -- America's 9/11 foundation Roger thanks for being here great to see you again we'd love it.
You and they -- -- right here.
When we love coming to new York and when we have really appreciate the fact that FOX & Friends has a song for the last nine years now so.
We appreciate you letting us get -- get the word out.
What you guys do is awesome because it would here in New York City was the first responders who rushed into those towers.
I believe I guess first responders lost their lives and those families are still here in the city in and around in this year.
The rock aways which is an area that got flooded by sandy were a lot of families of first responders have lived out there so kind of an important here tell me about how you're right went this year.
The ride went very well and thank you for the wonderful weather we had beautiful weather this year.
And it wasn't too hot it was dry and and everybody was happy it was rather uneventful trip as far as accidents and breakdowns and things like that.
So what we couldn't ask about -- better weather and -- a better better turnout.
You know after 9/11 a lot of the attention moved to the wars in Iraq -- -- and there's so much support -- comes of it from the country to to our our veterans over there.
But -- he's first responders that sometimes get forgot why is it important for you.
It to make sure that they're not forgotten.
It's just important it did -- this whole foundation -- gotten in my blood and we -- to make sure that nobody ever forgets -- this year's ride is dedicated to the 4171.
Responders that we lost that day.
For people are watching this and think I'd like to ride maybe they typically go to Sturgis or somewhere Kapanen I wanna do something else next year come out joy -- get an associated with you -- go go onto our website www.
America's 911 -- dot org.
And register for the ride then come and join us it is a fully police -- a motorcycle -- starts at Somerset Pennsylvania.
-- flight 93 went down we go to the Pentagon and Arlington Virginia and and -- -- appeared in New York City is that it is truly a bucket list dried.
And it's a very emotional ride and I think about why we're -- I would imagine it is Roger thank you very much gracing your again this year.
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