From WW1 to post WW2, Harley Davidson Motorcycles reports that they have served behind the scenes and on the front lines all over the world. For some individuals, riding motorcycles embodies freedom, and a love of the open road. For Harley Davidson riders, it's a way of life.
101 Year Old Veteran Rides Again
Ray Weser fell in love with Harley's when he was just a teen. After serving as a member of our military, he returned to Arizona and ended up working for Harley Davidson for 24 years.
Today as a 101 year old veteran Mr. Weser wanted one last ride on a beloved Harley, and the Prescott Valley community responded. Phoenix area's KPHO reports that Area bikers, veterans from all over, hospice workers and the VFW organized an event to put Ray Weser on a bike one last time.
“One Last Ride”
The experience didn't disappoint. Ray's granddaughter – Jennifer Miller on the “One Last Ride” experience; “This is an amazing thing. I'm pretty sure he thinks he's died and gone to heaven already”.