Thousands of bikers raise money for Oklahoma City Memorial during ‘Ride to Remember’

On April 16, 2016, Sheldra Brigham reported for News Channel 4 Oklahoma, that motorcyclists from around the country came to Oklahoma City to raise money for the Oklahoma City Memorial & Museum.

168 individual heart wreaths are laid during the event, one for each person killed in the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murragh Federal Building.

Last year, 1,600 people participated in the ride, including bombing survivors and family members of those killed.Participants hope to break that record this year.

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