Ride Report posted for Big Daddy & OceanEyes

Well folks, North Jersey has pulled off their first hat trick. We set off to send Chris MacCutcheon off to Boot camp at Fort Benning, Georgia, and ended up doing a send off, and welcoming home two more Heroes.


The send off was for Chris MacCutcheon of Matawan, NJ. And let me tell you what a fine soldier this young man will make. Chris is a graduate of Matawan Aberdeen Regional High School and an outstanding local athlete.

We entered Chris’ quiet neighborhood engines revving, horns blaring, eight bikes strong and two support vehicles. We pulled up to the house and continued to make a lot of noise until our hero came outside. We greeted him and informed him of who we are and the reason we were there and proceeded with the customary mug and hug. As always, the look on his face was one of total and complete surprise, and that look makes every mission a success. Big Daddy presented Chris with an Honor Coin in the presence of his family and a few friends. We then escorted Chris across town to the local fire hall where his huge send off party was being held. With times getting mixed up, Chris was the first one there, but WWR and his family made sure he received the applause and honors he deserved.

During the week we were informed that Chris’ pseudo-uncle, Greg “Twiggy” Twyman had just returned from a 15 month deployment in Baghdad and would also be at Chris’ send off party. Greg is an E6 Staff Sergeant of the 50th IBCT out of Lawrenceville, NJ.

Then while being escorted to the fire hall in OceanEyes’ truck, Chris told OceanEyes that his friend Kevin Thomas had also just returned from a deployment in Baghdad as well where he was a Corporal – 36 Lima Company out of Camp Lejeume, NC and that he too would be at the party. A hat trick! Big Daddy presented both Greg and Kevin with WWR Honor Coins as well.

As always, thank you to everyone who showed up on this “iffy” weather day, and we’d also like to thank Sinnister Steel MA for their continued support of WWR.