Motorcyclists on final 9/11 memorial ride make stop in Linden

Hundreds of motorcyclists rode across New Jersey Saturday in what organizers are calling their last ride honoring victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.



America's 9/11 Ride made a stop at the Linden Airport Plaza Saturday evening after beginning their journey from Washington, D.C.



From Linden, the riders will head into Manhattan for their final stop.



According to their website, America's 911 Foundation, Inc. uses money raised from the event to present children of 9/11 first responders scholarships. To date, the foundation has raised $330,000.


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