Bikers denied no-stop permit for 9/11 rally, apologize to residents


The countdown to Sept. 11 commemoration demonstrations by patriotic bikers versus a fringe Muslim “truther” group is taking shape, and despite some confusion about the technicalities, the court of popular opinion isn’t even close:
Let the good guys roll.
Denied a permit by the nation’s capital for a special “non-stop” ride through town with a waiver for red lights, stop signs and other traffic controls, organizers of the “2 Million Bikers to DC” ride to remember 9/11 are undeterred.
Just riding on a public street doesn’t take any special permission after all, even if you have a million people doing it. They just sought the permit to make life easier on the city’s residents and businesses.
So the ride will go on. It’s just going to take a little longer.
“We find this regretful for the residents and businesses of that great city, and humbly offer our apologies,” organizers wrote on Facebook Saturday. “What could have been a one or two hour ride through will now likely be an all-day event. We will be obeying all laws. We will be stopping at all stoplights, stop signs, and yielding to all pedestrians.”
READ MORE: http://www.bizpacreview.com/2013/09/09/bikers-denied-no-stop-permit-for-911-rally-apologize-to-residents-82999


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1 Response to Bikers denied no-stop permit for 9/11 rally, apologize to residents

  1. All right you bikers, rev those engines good and loud, so I can hear you here in Maryland.

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