Friday, September 9, 2011


Whether it's taking a few minutes out of your busy day to remember all those who perished on 9/11, putting up an American flag, or riding your bike to honor those who make it possible for you to still enjoy your freedom......


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2011 Schedule of Events is as follows:

The Even

Tentative Schedule of Events

1000 Registration opens

Register, donate what you can, receive wrist band to enter the Naval Base

STAGE 1: Celebration of Freedom

1000 Gates open at Naval Base Ventura County - Pt. Mugu

1100 Bands begin

1130 Bring cash for hot dogs and hamburgers

1230 Ride

1300 Pt. Mugu Memorial Service begins with 3 minutes of silence,
guest speakers, military color guard, anthem and flyover.

1400 Dismiss to bikes

1415 KSU

STAGE 2: Appreciation of America

1415 Bikes leave in groups of 500 on a full escorted ride through the
fields of Oxnard and Hidden Valley to the canyons of Malibu.

1525 Bikes begins to arrive at Pepperdine University.

STAGE 3: In Memoriam

1600 Pepperdine's Memorial at 2,977 full-size American and International flags -
one for each innocent life taken on that day. Processional of
first responders led by bagpipes. Deena Burnett Bailey, widow
of Flight 93 hero Tom Burnett will speak. Finishing with
another military flyover and Amazing Grace.

1700 Adjourn

The Pepperdine Heroes Garden is open to all bikers VIA SHUTTLE - motorcycles will not be permitted around campus, only in the parking area. There will be shuttles to take people up to the very top of campus to the Heroes Garden.

From top to bottom: the World Trade Center
burning; a section of The Pentagon collapses; Flight 175 crashes into 2 WTC; a fireman requests help at Ground Zero; an engine from Flight 93 is recovered; Flight 77crashes into the Pentagon.
LocationNew York City; Arlington County, Virginia; and nearShanksville, Pennsylvania.
DateTuesday, September 11, 2001
8:46 am – 10:28 am (UTC-4)
Attack typeAircraft hijacking, mass murder, suicide attack,terrorism
Death(s)Approximately 3,000 (including 19 hijackers)
InjuredMore than 6,000
Perpetrator(s)Al-Qaeda led by Osama bin Laden[1]
(see also Responsibility andHijackers)

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