Rolling Thunder rumbles to mark Memorial Day


Walt Sides (left) and Ted Shpak. why we do this Ted Shpak, President of Rolling Thunder Washington DC Inc. Radio excerpt from 2012 107.

Rolling Thunder Sunday is the big day for the Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally's annual tribute to veterans in DC Participants plan to gather at the North Pentagon Parking Lot from 7 am to noon. Then they leave for DC The I-95/395 HOV lanes will be

The ceremony is part of weekend events marking the 25th anniversary of the Rolling Thunder Ride for Freedom, a motorcycle rally in the nation's capital. Started in 1988 as a protest to bring more awarness to issues about POW/MIA, Rolling Thunder now

The Washington metropolitan area should see an influx of thousands of additional motorcycles on the road this weekend with the 25th anniversary of Rolling Thunder. The actual ride will occur Sunday. Although the official ride is from the Pentagon to

Walt Sides (left) and Ted Shpak. why we do this Ted Shpak, President of Rolling Thunder Washington DC Inc. Radio excerpt from 2012 107.

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