Motorcyclists participate in Connecticut United Ride


People around the country are continuing to remember the lives lost in the Sept. 11th attacks.

Thousands of motorcycle riders took part in the Connecticut United Ride on Sunday.

Riders were encouraged to grab their red, white and blue, because this year, the ride was dedicated to Connecticut State Trooper Walter Greene who volunteered at Ground Zero and recently passed away from 9/11 illness complications.

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Motorcyclists could head over to 10 Norden Place in Norwalk for the ride at 8:30 a.m.

The event cost $30 per rider and $30 per passenger.

161 people from Connecticut died during those attacks back in 2001.

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