Oklahoma City Murrah Bldg Bombing: 1st Annual OKC Bikers Ride April 19, 2014 (Saturday)

Sponsored by 2 Million Bikers to D.C., Oklahoma Chapter, a “remembrance” ride will take place on the 19th anniversary of the bombing of the 1995 Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This will be the First Annual OKC ride, and the 7th Annual Oklahoma City Memorial Benefit Fund. If the poster does not display well in your browser, see details below the photos. Video interview below of Katie Couric and Firefighter Chris Fields, who took little Baylee Almon to the ambulance.


Baylee Almon and Oklahoma Firefighter Chris Fields

Baylee Almon and Oklahoma Firefighter Chris Fields

Murrah Federal Building, Oklahoma City, OK April 19, 1995

Murrah Federal Building, Oklahoma City, OK April 19, 1995

2MBTDC 1st Annual Oklahoma City Ride in Conjunction with 7th Annual OK City Memorial Benefit Run!

~ PLEASE SHARE ~ Event Link Below ~

Date: Saturday, April 19th, 2014
Staging: Papa’s Leather Barn, Oklahoma City, OK
KSU: 12:00pm

Pre-Registration for Ride: 2MBTDC has joined 7th Annual Oklahoma City Benefit Run

Pre-register for the ride to remember $20 for rider, $30 for rider and passenger. Please feel free to share and invite friends because this run belongs to all of us. All proceeds will go to OKC Memorial


>>>Camping will be available at<<<

Margarita Island – 8139 NW 10TH Sreet, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73127


Papa’s Leather Barn – 6623 NW 23rd St., Bethany, Oklahoma 73008



The ride will commemorate the 168 lives lost, including 19 children, and more than 680 injured, and the families and friends living with the loss.

Katie Couric Interview with Firefighter Chris Fields who Carried Little Baylee Almon to the Ambulance (video)
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  • GoneWithTheWind

    What they should do is have bike rides for the truth. Is there really anyne in the world who believes one man did this with an AMFO bomb parked a distance from the building? If you really want to honor those who died then lets find out who killed them.