"Your heart will be in your throat as you experience this epic documentary" Thunder Press
war, there are no unwounded soldiers" Jose Narosky
""Without a doubt, the best documentary on Rolling thunder and Run For The Wall I've ever seen" Easyriders
The Long Ride Home: Run For The Wall
Every May, hundreds of motorcyclists depart from Ontario, California for a ten-day journey across America to Washington, DC. When the motorcyclists, consisting of veterans, families, supporters and friends, reach Washington for Memorial Day weekend, they participate in the Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Rally.
Rolling Thunder takes place at the Pentagon parking lot with nearly half a million motorcyclists in attendance. The event concludes with a touching memorial at The Wall.
From the first bike to leave Ontario, to the first tear shed at The Wall, "The Long Ride Home" follows the participants of Run For The Wall across the heartland of America as they travel to small towns, large cities, war memorials, celebrations and veteran hospitals.
This five hour documentary features compelling interviews with veterans from World War I (104 years young) World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom.
As Run For The Wall makes its way to Washington, the group is joined
by hundreds of motorcyclists from towns all over America, arriving
in DC with impressive numbers to show their support for the men
and women who have given everything for their country.