• Katelyn Sherry and Melissa Valcovic from NYC teamed up with Nancy Brody for the ride to Sag Harbor.



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  • Artist Ben Moon painted a 1985 Rolls-Royce with only 38K miles, donated by Frank Marzano, to tour and be auctioned off at the end



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  • The Color Guard composed of local veterans watched over the cyclists as they prepared for the last leg of the event, the ride to Sag



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  • Dianne and Gordan Ryan ready for the ride.



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  • Bill Jahoda, Jacob Hamilton and Chris Garcia, the men in afro-wigs, at Oceanview Farm, ready to ride.



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  • Energetic mom of 5, Laura Carlisle has donned some patriotic cycling apparel for the ride to Sag Harbor.



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  • Amagansett's Oceanview Farm hosted the assembly of cyclists for the final leg of the Soldier Ride to Sag Harbor.



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  • Always time for a selfie or two as participants await the take off time.



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  • A group shot of the Wounded Warriors just before the last leg of the ride to Sag Harbor.



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  • Shelter Island brought their huge flag to mark the entrance to Sag Harbor for the Wounded Warrior cyclists.



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  • 6-year-old Paul Rosser waits for the riders to arrive in the big Hook & Ladder firetruck.



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  • Wearing an expression of his patriotism, Jack Fordham sports American flag pants as he hangs off go the Sag Harbor firetruck.



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  • Justin Blitz gives his 2-year-old son, Julian, a little lift while waiting for the Wounded Warriors to reach Sag Harbor.



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  • Here they come! To applause and cheers, the Wounded Warriors arrive in Sag Harbor.



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  • Here they come! To applause and cheers, the Wounded Warriors arrive in Sag Harbor.



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  • A big thumbs-up as the cyclists arrive at the last leg of the 5-day Wounded Warrior cycling event.



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  • With a flag in her helmet, a cyclist dismounts her bike in Marine Park, as the cyclists arrive from Amagansett.



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  • Royal Air Force's Chris Hawes resting on his hand bike, after the ride from Amagansett



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  • With a flag in her helmet, a cyclist dismounts her bike in Marine Park, as the cyclists arrive from Amagansett.



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  • Royal Air Force's Chris Hawes resting on his hand bike, after the ride from Amagansett



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  • Lee LLoyd, from England, riding a hand bike, served in Afghanistan, takes a break in Marine Park after the ride from Amagansett.



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  • Luke Delahanty of the royal Air Force, leans back on this hand bike after the ride from Amagansett.



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  • Service dog Midas with his person.



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  • Matthew, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan stretches at the Sag Harbor end of the ride



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  • Timothy Kingston, after the ride from Amagansett takes a little refreshment in the shade in Marine Park.



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  • Adam Hartwick who served as an Army Medic, served in Iraq and Afghanistan, takes a little hydration after the ride from Amagansett.



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  • Don McVeety and Denis Delhanty, a decorated Vietnam vet, were in Marine Park to greet the cyclists.



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  • Legion Riders Tony Raiona, Dawn Lanagan and Ray Pampene at Marine Park to welcome the riders.



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  • Flag in hat Richard Nardol helps greet and celebrate the Wounded Warriors as they arrive at Marine Park in Sag Harbor.



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  • Draped in the colors patriotic, helping to celebrate those who served.



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  • Providing live music for the last six years, the Nocturne Band, filled the air in Marine Park with their fresh take on party music, helping



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  • With Charlie on the keyboard, the Nocturne Band, filled the air in Marine Park with their fresh take on party music, helping to celebrate our



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  • Providing live music for the last 6 years, the Nocturne Band, filled the air in Marine Park with their fresh take on party music, helping



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  • Gold Star Mom JoAnn Lyles, mother of fallen Sag Harbor Marine Lance Corporal Jordan Haerter, delivers a welcome and a speech to the park full



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  • Sag Harbor Cub Scouts listen to the speakers at Marine Park.



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  • The crowd listens to the words of Gold Star Mom JoAnn Lyles.



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  • A young patriot listens with the crowd.



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  • The words spoken of fallen soldiers brought a hush to the celebration in Marine Park.



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  • Gold Star Mom JoAnn Lyles and Marine Benjamin Tupaj who helped verify the bravery of Jordon Haerter, on the stage before the crowd in Marine



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  • The man who started the Wounded Warrior Ride, Chris Carney, speaks to the crowd in Marine Park.



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  • Sag Harbor Gold Star Mom JoAnn Lyles with Benjamin Tupaj.



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  • US Army's Kathryn Shackford with her friend Kathryn Sutter.



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  • Soldier Ride specialist Carlos Garzon.



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  • A patriot out to show his support.



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  • The Soldier Ride took a lap up and down Sag Harbor's Main Street as the final leg of the day.



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  • Never too young for a parade, 9-month-old Henry Rozzi.



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  • Dogs Dixie Chick and Ozzie Osborne were out for the celebration on Main Street.



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