Harley Davidson of Long Branch bikers end summer of helping Shore businesses recover from Superstorm Sandy

Harley Davidson of Long Branch riders bid farewell to their "Restore the Shore" summer tour Wednesday evening. The group of bikers has spent one Wednesday

Organizers say their rides will begin again next

Organizers say their rides will begin again next summer. (Credit: News 12)

HIGHLANDS - Harley Davidson of Long Branch riders bid farewell to their "Restore the Shore" summer tour Wednesday evening.

The group of bikers has spent one Wednesday evening each month visiting a Sandy-battered restaurant in an effort to help businesses recover from storm damage. The riders spent this Wednesday at Windansea Restaurant in Highlands.

“It's great that they're out supporting everybody,” says restaurant manager Amanda Bauman.

Organizers say their rides will begin again next summer.

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