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Ride To ‘Remember 911′ Sunday

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STUDIO CITY (CBS) — Every year since the 9-11 terrorist attacks, Gary Biggerstaff has placed 343 white, personalized crosses, each with a fallen fireman’s name in his front yard to pay tribute to the victims and heroes of that fateful day.

Biggerstaff visited the KCAL 9 studios Thursday to talk about “The Remember 911 Ride” which was inspired by the crosses. The motorcycle ride honors those fallen and begins at Cooks Corner in Orange County and ends at Alamitos Bay Landing in Long Beach each year. Registration is still open for the event – all are welcome this Sunday!

For more information, visit “The Remember 911 Ride” online.

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