By Randy Wyrick
Reporter’s note: Dave “Indian Dave” Frey, the head honcho, allowed me to ride my Triumph Bonneville America with them from New Castle to Eagle. That roar through those Glenwood Canyon tunnels is enough to make a real American stand up on his motorcycle foot pegs and belt out “God Bless America.” In fact, when they thundered into Eagle on Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 1, cheering people lined Broadway Street waving American flags.
A paraplegic U.S. Army veteran and a team of helpers spent nearly five months modifying a motorcycle to put him on the road in time for the Sturgis rally
By A.J. Baime
Richard Neider, 39, a U.S. Army veteran from Phoenix, on his modified 2018 Indian Scout Bobber, as told to A.J. Baime.
I got into motorcycles when I was 7. I started on a minibike with a lawn mower engine, and I kept riding bigger and bigger bikes. In 2005, I was…
Veterans Ride for Charity rolls into Eagle on Aug. 1, puts wounded vets on motorcycles riding to Sturgis
by Randy Wyrick
EAGLE — A group of highway heroes will roll through on Wednesday, Aug. 1, on their way to Sturgis.
By Katelyn Newberg Las Vegas Review-Journal
July 28, 2018 – 6:01 pm
Richard “Richie Two Chairs” Neider’s motorcycle growled as he rode alongside 17 other veterans in central Las Vegas early Saturday morning.
On todays episode of Where 2 Next, Casey talks to Dave Frey about Veterans Charity Ride, a motorcycle ride from Las Vegas, NV to Sturgis, SD. The ride takes military veterans throughout the country on the road trip and one of the stops is Moab, UT where Casey will take them out for a day on the trails. Dave and Casey talk everything event wise and how it got started as well as Daves background.
LISTEN AT SOURCE HERE: https://player.fm/series/where-2-next-w-casey-currie-2372440/ep-5-veterans-charity-ride-in-moab-w-dave-frey-where-2-next-w-casey-currie
We owe it all to our nation’s veterans, and the 2018 Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis from Las Vegas helps provide a little throttle therapy for veterans to help improve their lives through motorcycling. Rinehart Racing has joined to help support the cause this year.
The Veterans Charity Ride uses motorcycle therapy and health and wellness programs to help wounded veterans heal. Local veteran, Richard “Richie Two Chairs” Neider went through the program and is now a mentor for new veterans.
Watch video here: https://www.ktnv.com/morning-blend/veterans-charity-ride-7_24_18