Rolling Thunder on run through El Paso to D.C. in memory of fallen heroes
Hundreds of motorcyclist rode through El Paso around 9 a.m. on an annual bike run to the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. for a rally in memory of fallen American heroes.
Rolling Thunder is the name of the group who organizes the Run for The Wall and has various chapters throughout the U.S.
The groups started the ten-day journey across the U.S. from California and different routes are taken with all motorcyclist arriving in D.C. by Memorial Weekend.
The group said the run recognizes the sacrifices and contributions made by all veterans who have served our nation and has a slogan "Riding for those who can't."
They especially recognize Prisoners of War (POW) and those Missing in Action (MIA.)
Rolling Thunder rode through Las Cruces and straight into El Paso on the I-10 east. A a crowd of supporters could be seen on the Lee Trevino overpass with American Flags to show their support.
For more information on the run and other areas you may see the motorcyclist visit their website Riding For The Wall.