- Wednesday, September 2, 2015 at 10:25 am
Among the hundreds of riders passing through several Fairfield County towns including Newtown on Sunday was one man with a fist raised as he passed under the raised flag on South Main Street.
- Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Mixed in with the several thousand riders and passengers were many Newtown residents, including Todd Bolmer, left, and Thomas Mastrocinque with passenger Ashleigh D’Addio.
- Thursday, September 4, 2014
The 14th Annual CT United Ride, Connecticut’s largest annual 9/11 tribute, is scheduled for Sunday, September 7.
- Monday, September 9, 2013
A gentle rumbling grew louder around noon on Sunday, September 8, and soon a pack of motorcyclists, led by state police bikes, rode beneath a flag raised over Route 25.
Hook & Ladder and Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue Fire Company members flew a flag between their ladder trucks over the roadway in front of Amaral Motors where it was visible to riders — in a pack that took 30 minutes to pass — as they turned from Sugar Street onto Main Street in Newtown.
- Thursday, September 5, 2013
The 13th Annual CT United Ride, Connecticut’s largest annual 9/11 tribute, is scheduled for Sunday, September 8.
The ride starts in Norwalk at 11:30 am and goes through Fairfield County, ending in Bridgeport with an afternoon party at the beach. Motorcycles travel through 11 towns, covering 60 miles with police motorcycle escorts providing passage through signal lights and stop signs, before ending with a five-mile parade through Bridgeport.