Motorcycle rally reminds road warriors to ride safe
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FORT BLISS, Texas – On a chilly Thursday morning, Nov. 15, the sound of thunder could be heard without a single rain cloud in the sky along Highway 54, as hundreds of motorcycle engines roared on a convoy from Fort Bliss to White Sands Missile Range, N.M.

Team Bliss conducted the Fall Joint Armed Forces Motorcycle Safety Rally and Ride, which was open to all soldiers, Department of Defense civilians and the El Paso community to promote motorcycle safety. In order to take part in the rally, each rider had to have the proper safety equipment, a Motorcycle Safety Foundation card, proof of insurance, a motorcycle driver’s license and registration.

The number of riders doubled by the minute as the 9 a.m. departure time drew closer. Those that didn’t pre-register had to have their bikes inspected by unit motorcycle mentors who made sure the riders had proper paperwork and personal protective equipment before rolling out. The group of Soldiers and civilians varied just like the motorcycles they rode, with each one reflecting their personalities. Sport bikes parked next to choppers, dirt bikes and even 3-wheel street cruisers took over the once empty Freedom Crossing parking lot, turning it into a sea of chrome and vibrant paint.

Before the road warriors left Fort Bliss, they were given a safety briefing from the division motorcycle mentor, Lt……………. continues on DVIDS

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