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Tulsa-based Independent Misfit Bikers says this is the tenth year for their American Hero Ride. Tulsa-based Independent Misfit Bikers says this is the tenth year for their American Hero Ride.
The IMB raises money all year long for this weekend's ride. The IMB raises money all year long for this weekend's ride.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

A group of Tulsa motorcycle riders are en route to the Veterans Spinal Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee Saturday.

Tulsa-based Independent Misfit Bikers [IMB] says this is the tenth year for their American Hero Ride.

This year, IMB president Rick Zickefoose says they're bringing $12,000 to give to the patients in the hospital.

The IMB raises money all year long for this weekend's ride.

Zickefoose says their group looks forward to this ride and talking with the veterans in Memphis.

 

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