CT United Ride honors 9/11 victims and first responders

Motorcyclists gathered for the annual CT United Ride Sunday in honor of Sept. 11 victims and first responders.

Motorcyclists gathered for the annual CT United Ride

Motorcyclists gathered for the annual CT United Ride Sunday in honor of Sept. 11 victims and first responders. (September 11, 2016 5:22 PM)

Motorcyclists gathered for the annual CT United Ride Sunday in honor of Sept. 11 victims and first responders.

Organizers say about 5,000 riders drove 60 miles through 10 towns in Fairfield County. They hoped to raise $40,000, to donate to help Connecticut firefighters and police officers injured in the line of duty.

"This is what makes America strong," says Fred Garrity, founder of...

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