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Topic - Gary Komassa
Before they arrive in Washington, D.C., the bikers of Rolling Thunder drive through hundreds of small towns, where they can count on receiving a hand from friends like Gary Komassa.
"We greeted them, fed them, put them up," said Mr. Komassa. "We direct them to their motels and hotels, help them with any issues. We get about 200 to 400 coming through. It's a lot of bikes."
"We took pictures with him, myself and many others," said Mr. Komassa. "We had a nice time. That was really the highlight for me."