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I had to throw this into the story because it just fit the story, even though it just happened this past weekend. True to my story, leader of the Mission Riders adopted the little boy in the riders seat for a wish by "Reach for a Star", a local organization that fulfills wishes to critically ill children. Little Angel has a heart defect that has lately become terminal. At the time of this photo, 3-20-2012, Angel is listed as day to day. He requested to be taken off meds,etc and has since been taken off the heart transplant list because he is too far-gone. He is only on oxygen and pain killers. One of his wishes was to meet a pro wrestler (the group is entering the venue, whose street is under massive repair), his other wish was to ride a real bike. I asked the mom is she wasn't concerned about the freak sandstorm caused by 60 mph winds. She told me," After what he's been through, I'll allow him to live his life as he wishes."
i.e. rain, sun, rain or illness, Riders Ride.
In the Biker without a Bike photo essay.
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