Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Carry the Flame

"Carry The Flame, Inc. conducts an annual coast-to-coast motorcycle ride to raise money in support of Veterans' families, Veterans' issues and to increase awareness about America's POW/MIAs from all wars.

The 2007 Run will begin in Long Beach, CA and joins Rolling Thunder® XX in Washington, DC for Memorial Day Weekend activities. Rolling Thunder® is the largest one day motorcycle event in the world.
Pictures from Cuba, NM

2007 Itinerary
May 12-14 – Friday-Monday - Long Beach, CA
May 14 - Monday - Barstow, CA
May 15 - Tuesday - Kingman Flagstaff, AZ
May 16 - Wednesday - Tuba City and Kayenta, AZ
May 17 - Thursday - 5th Annual Navajo-Hopi Honor Run - Window Rock, AZ
May 18 - Friday - Cuba, Bernalillo, Angel Fire, NM
May 19 - Saturday - Texline, Amarillo, TX
May 19 – Saturday – Armed Forces Day “Celebrating Freedom & Honoring Service”, Amarillo, TX
May 20 - Sunday - El Reno, OK
May 21 - Monday - Muscogee Creek Nation, Conway, AR
May 22 - Tuesday - Bumpus H-D , Memphis, TN
May 22 - Tuesday - RT®TNV, Memphis, TN
May 23 - Wednesday - Knoxville H-D West, TN
May 24 - Thursday - Shenandoah H-D, Staunton, VA
May 25 - Friday - Candlelight Vigil at Vietnam Memorial Wall - Washington, D.C.
May 27 - Sunday - Rolling Thunder® Ride for Freedom XX

RTAA/OCTF Riders begin Memorial Day Weekend events by escorting participating members of American Gold Star Mothers, Gold Star Wives of America and Blue Star Mothers of America to The Wall during the Candlelight Vigil on Friday evening. On Saturday, a variety of patriotic activities are available throughout the Nation's Capitol and surrounding areas. Rolling Thunder® XX begins at dawn on Sunday when motorcycles stage in the Pentagon Parking Lot for the Rolling Thunder® Demonstration."

Operation Carry The Flame and Rolling Thunder roared through Window Rock in 2005
for the annual Navajo Hopi Honor Run, taking bikers across the Navajo Nation.

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