Thousands of motorcycles rolled through Findlay on Wednesday traveling with a replica Vietnam Wall and tributes for 9/11 and Operations Iraq/Enduring Freedom. "It's in honor for the Vets. It's showing respect for them. There's a lot of kids that have died for this country. They need the respect." said event coordinator Butch Burd. One of the riders from Lima, Charlie Rayl, said "I'm a motorcycle guy and it seems to me that whenever something like this happens you can always get thousands and thousands of motorcycle riders to support it." The last ride by this group took place in 2005 and traveled from Beaverdam to Upper Sandusky.