The day began with registration at 27th Street and the Boards starting at
10am. After registering you were asked to stage your bike and hang out on the
walk until others can get signed in and staged for the parade of bike which
started at 11:30am. This gave you time to grab a bite to eat, coffee or just
hang out and enjoy the ocean and boardwalk view while meeting up with
old friends and maybe making some new ones.
The parade headed south on the boardwalk with an OC Police escort at
11:30am. 200 or so motorcycles were involved in the parade.
We rode until we reached the Ocean City Arch at North Division Street.
Once there we dismounted and grouped together at the Ocean City Fallen
Firefighter Memorial on the Boardwalk for a short memorial service at 12
noon for those lost on 9-11 and we reminded ourselves of the tragedies of that day.
At 12:15 pm, it was back on the bikes for an escorted exit from Ocean City
by the Ocean City Police Department who took us out of town on over the
Harry W. Kelly Memorial Bridge (Route 50) where we were picked up by the
Worcester County Sheriff’s Department and Escorted to Maryland Route
113 North.
On Bishopville Road in front of the Bishopville VFD, the Towers from the
Ocean City Fire Department and the Selbyville VFC were crossed above
the roadway and draped an American Flag in support of our ride. Thanks
to both of those departments for the added touch!
 Our destination, Smitty McGee’s Raw Bar and Restuarant in West
Fenwick Ireland Delaware.
Once there we shared Brotherhood, food, drink and fun!
DJ BATMAN will be provided the music!
Firefighter & Model Kelly Johnston as seen in Playboy Magazine was
unable to make it due to the fact that her stations rescue team was sent to
Texas following the hurricane. *She will be back next year!
This was a great time……You don’t want to miss it next year!




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