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Hundreds of bikers ride in honor of 9/11

Hundreds of bikers rode in the 9/11 Memorial Ride Sunday. (Source: Taken from Facebook video by Eric Ness) Hundreds of bikers rode in the 9/11 Memorial Ride Sunday. (Source: Taken from Facebook video by Eric Ness)
A balloon memorial was part of the special ceremony. (Source: Everett Short) A balloon memorial was part of the special ceremony. (Source: Everett Short)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Hundreds of bikers turned out Sunday for the Fourth Annual Myrtle Beach Harley Davidson 9/11 Memorial Ride.

This year’s event benefited the Horry County Fire Fighters Relief Fund. Hundreds of motorcycle riders rode from the 9/11 Unity Memorial at Broadway at the Beach to Ian’s Waterway Bar and Grill on Sunday afternoon. A special ceremony, which included speakers and a balloon memorial, was held at the 9/11 Unity Memorial.

The ceremony and ride assistance were provided by Axemen, Blue Knights, and the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association. 

Watch a Facebook Live stream of speakers from the event below:

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