This Weekend! Rolling to Remember


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In remembrance of military members who have gone missing in action and veterans who die by suicide each day, Rolling to Remember fights for real solutions to the crisis many families face.

This year, Rolling to Remember is hosted by American Veterans (AMVETS) and will conduct a motorcycle demonstration ride in our nation’s capital to raise awareness of the critical issues facing our nation’s veterans and demand action for the 82,000 service members missing, as well as raise awareness of the 22 veterans who die by suicide each day. The event includes a rally, demonstration, and of course — a ride!

As a spectator, you’ll hear the sound of thousands of bikes as motorcyclists take to the streets during the “Rolling to Remember” Demonstration Run on May 29, 2022. Beginning at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, families, friends, and spectators can expect a moving tribute to roll through the streets of Washington, DC, beginning at noon. But the festivities begin early with Motorcycle Drill Team performances, live music, special stage presentations, and more.

For more information on this meaningful demonstration and weekend events, click here.

The Demonstration Run begins at lot 8 of RFK Stadium, located at 2400 East Capitol St. NE, Washington, DC 20003. Spectators are reminded that parking on the National Mall will be limited and security high.


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Date:
May 29, 2022

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