Home In time for THANKSGIVING!
Home In time for THANKSGIVING!
Mission Report posted for JohnDelivers It was another fine day to live in the land of the free and home of the brave. About ten WWR family members met for breakfast, joining us were members of the Legion Riders as well as our extended family from The Yellow Ribbon Club. After breakfast, back outside, more of the […]
Ride report (or a reasonable facsimile) The rain held off, the skies were semi-clear and somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 to 225 bikes appeared from numerous directions and several rally points to gather once again to honor the passing of yet another Philadelphia Police Officer, Sgt. Timothy Simpson. It is a sad fact that […]
AFTER RIDE REPORT POSTED FOR BOOZER I arrived at the Diner (for 18 years it was Homers, I checked the internet, it said Homers only to find out that with the construction at the Collingswood Circle, the diner was renamed the Collingswood Diner) a bit early and recon’d Carlas’ house, two minutes away. Slowly they […]
POSTED FOR RC Bobcat We received this request from our heroes aunt Sylva early Sat morning and just had to make this happen on the following Mon morning. “Just heard about this group from my friend Amity Atkins, who’s father is a member of this group. My nephew Sgt. David Smith, USMC, has been called […]
Report posted for Bill (Handyman) 25 WWR patriots arrived early this morning to help celebrate the groundbreaking for the Washington Crossing National Cemetery and the occasion was a memorable one for all. As the site of the ceremony was basically surrounded by farmland, the recent rain created conditions that were too muddy to support our […]
RIDE REPORT POSTED FOR “MATTER” ‘The day started for me at an old haunt very familiar to Eric… The Cary Matmen Wrestling Club’s practice room. More than any other past or present Matman, Eric’s name comes up as the goal to shoot for when it comes to the amount of effort to put forth. In […]
Over this past weekend the Warriors’ Watch Riders, in partnership with Rolling Thunder and the Friends of the Forgotten, took part in four “Teach The Children” rides, where we took our motorcycles to an elementary school and presented that school with POW/MIA flags. One of these schools was the Manor Elementary School in Levittown, Pa. […]
Schuylkill Elementary – Teach the Children, Veteran’s Day, & POW-MIA flag presentation – posted for Qman Photo by Sean. Go here for the rest… The morning started off being just a little bit brisk, a crisp 36 degrees at 8:00am. The LaTaverna parking lot had only one occupant, BluesmanNEPA. Al Philo, BluesmanNEPA, was waiting for […]
The Veterans Day Parade and Celebration in Lower Makefield Township was a real success. Posted with short notice when the event in Media, PA was cancelled, we still had 20 bikes show up at our main rally point at the Pathmark in Fairless Hills. We even had a rider come down from the Poconos! The […]
Ride report, 11/8/08, ALS Foundation, support mission. Todays ride to support the ALS foundation ,Philadelphia walk to defeet ALS , was a great success. Although the theme song for todays support ride could of been Rain Drops keep Fallen on My Head, the weather sure didn’t dampen our spirits. Our job today was to lead […]
POST MISSION REPORT BY LUTZ On Saturday, November 1, the Warriors’ Watch Riders escorted Marine Corps Iraq War Vet Ryan Wilno on his Welcome Home celebration. The entire town of Marlton New Jersey turned out, it seemed. We had 60 riders, the Yellow Ribbon Club, the Mayor of Marlton along with other dignitaries. It was […]
...WE WILL HONOR OUR NATION’S WARRIORS HERE AT HOME, AND SUPPORT THEIR FAMILIES WHILE THEY FIGHT FOR US ABROAD...
...THE WARRIORS’ WATCH RIDERS ENVISION A DAY WHEN EVERY MEMBER OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES, AT HOME AND ABROAD, AND THEIR FAMILIES, FEEL APPRECIATED, HONORED, RESPECTED AND LOVED BY THE CITIZENS THEY RISK THEIR LIVES TO PROTECT...