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Riders travel 336 miles - sometimes in the rain - cheered on along the way before making a big difference to a Michigan family.
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Cool temperatures don't deter the riders; neither does a broken-down motorcycle.
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Riders make their way from Michigan to Wisconsin, raining funds in all sorts of ways along the way.
Lone Marine Rolling Thunder
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Registration remains ongoing for motorcycle ride that has raised more than $2 million for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Booklet containing info on 2011 ride - including route, safety information and ‘posse up' locations - can be downloaded in Word format.
Marty Justis continues his journey with Legion Riders to Washington for Rolling Thunder.
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Marty Justis and fellow Legion Riders make it to D.C. for Rolling Thunder 2011.
Marty Justis' and fellow Legion Riders time in Washington for Rolling Thunder comes to a close.
More than 300,000 motorcycles riders converged on D.C. to raise awareness for bringing full accountability for prisoners of war and missing in action.
Kansas chapters raise money, put in volunteer hours, and make big differences in the lives of veterans young and old.
Participants will cover more than 1,200 miles for ride that raises money for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Day-by-day accounts of Rolling Thunder, biggest Memorial Day Weekend motorcycle ride in the nation, by Marty Justis.
On the road to Washington for Rolling Thunder 2011, with Marty Justis.
Online form available for Run that will begin Aug. 21 in Indianapolis and conclude Aug. 25 in Minneapolis at the National Convention.
New video tells the story of The American Legion Riders and the good work they do.
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Easily surpassing the goal of $450,000, this year's Run brings in more than $634,000 for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
From people lining the overpasses of Iowa to an amazing reception in Albert Lea, Minn., Tuesday was truly a special day for the 2010 Legacy Run and its participants.
Riders from Great Britain and Germany are taking part in the Legacy Run. The reason is pretty simple: They believe in the cause.
Mixed emotions as Legacy Run comes to an end; donations total more than $360,000 heading into national convention
Ride that raises money for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund gets underway Aug. 22.
301 American Legion Riders will leave Indianapolis with a singular goal: raising $450,000 for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Legion Rider Dick Woods can chat and is folksy friendly. But when it comes to safety and the rules of the Legacy Run, 'Uncle Dick' is all business.
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Sunday's Legacy Run went 430 miles in the August heat. But the ride's purpose - and a chance to see old friends and meet new ones - makes it worth it to participants.
When it comes to getting 200-plus motorcycles through a gas station, several factors come into play. A good sense of humor also helps.
Run departs Indianapolis Aug. 22 with a goal of raising $450,000 for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund.
The 2010 Legacy Run will leave Indianapolis on Aug. 22 and stop in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota and Wisconsin before ending in Milwaukee.
A goal of $450,000 has been set for the motorcycle ride that raises funds for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund.
A goal of $450,000 has been set for the 2010 run.