9/11 Memorial Coalition Ride 2021

20th Anniversary Ride 

will be held on

Saturday September 11th 2021  

Gates open at 10 am

Memorial starts at 2 pm

Ride at 3 pm

And this year, follow the ride progress with Maverick Michaels in the lead vehicle updating us on when and where the road closures will be, brought to you by: Blaise Alexander Chevy of Muncy- PA’s #1 sales leader, where you’ll always find the lowest price, guaranteed! Be listening for our live reports and traffice updates on WILQ.com

This saturday, starting at 3pm, listen for two hours of special programming commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the United States. 

We’ll feature news clips from that fateful day, as well as some of the patriotic and inspirational music and moments that have been released over the years to help us to “Never Forget”. 

It’s all brought to you by Budweiser and E.H.Kleckner Inc., and will be heard exclusively on WILQ.com this saturday from 3-5 during the 9/11 Memorial Coaltion’s 20th Anniversary Motorcycle Ride. 

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In the days immediately following the horrific attacks of September 11th, 2001, a local group of dedicated motorcyclists chose to show their solidarity with those first responders (fire, police, soldiers, EMT’s and others) who were involved with the rescue and cleanup of the sites. Not to be deterred by the fear of further terrorist attacks, they made a bold statement by their defiant ride.

That humble beginning has since grown into a non-profit corporation, the 9-11 Memorial Coalition, whose board of directors include clergy, civic & business leaders, retired law enforcement, physicians as well as motorcyclists. The purpose of the Coalition is to be a constant reminder to the public of the heroism and dedication of those who sacrificed their lives for us. To this end, the Coalition sponsors the areas largest annual motorcycle parade held on the anniversary of 9-11. Thousands participate in the memorial service and ride. The 37 mile escorted ride encompasses six different towns, with the routes lined with patriotic individuals, school children, veterans and first responders. The ride is free to all who wish to participate, but donations are accepted with monies raised to benefit local volunteer first responder who are injured or killed in the line of duty. By these gifts we seek to fulfill our motto, “We will never forget” and let them know their service is truly appreciated by the public. This ride is for the nearly 3,000 citizens that lost their lives on that tragic day along with the first responders.