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The Texas Allied Riders in association with the American Legion Riders, supported by #1 BFTS Museum, are proud to announce Allied memorial Remembrance Ride here in Texas. The ride will take place on Saturday, 26 September 2020. All bikers from across the United States are invited to attend the twelth year Allied Memorial Remembrance Ride - Along with rides taking place in the United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa, France, New Zealand and Italy, India and the Netherlands creating one ride worldwide, its riders UNITED in remembrance of our fallen heroes from the Allied Forces, past and present, who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. Here in Texas there will be a ride starting from the West Side of Fort Worth, in Benbrook, Texas, at New River Fellowship, 930 Winscott Rd, Benbrook, 76126. A WW I Allied Training Airfield with planned stop and meets in Dallas at the T/A Truck Stop on I-20 and Bonnie View Road and another stop, South of Terrell at the Tanger Outlet Mall, I-20 and Hwy 34. Will then ride to the #1 BFTS British Museum, where the British, Canadian and American Cadets learned to fly in WW II, to meet up with East Texas riders for a mass ride into Terrell under escort from the Terrell Police to the Cemetery on Hwy 80 to Honor and Remember the Fallen 20 Cadets that where killed in training accidents.
If you are not a biker, it DOES NOT matter, everyone is invited to attend, but if you are unable to attend, but want to show your support, please sign our guestbook and if you live along the route of any of our rides, we encourage you to come out to show your support and witness this extra ordinary mark of respect by the biking community and others as they ride past. They ride with pride, ride with respect and ride to remember.
During World War II thousands of British pilots learned to fly at six civilian training schools in the United States. The first and largest of the schools was in Terrell, Texas. After the United States entered the war, American Aviation Cadets also trained at the school. More than 2,000 Royal Air Force and American Army Air Force pilots earned their wings over North Texas between 1941 and 1945. Terrell’s citizens welcomed the student pilots to their community and many life-long bonds were forged.
The museum celebrates this little-known chapter of World War II history. The collection includes hundreds of historical items: log books, training materials, WW II memorabilia and uniforms.The museum’s archives contain the most extensive record of the No. 1 British Flying Training School that exists. Visit the official #1 BFTS website to learn more.
This is an open ride / drive for everyone to attend, whether MC, Motorcycle Group, or a Lone Wolf, Motorcycles or Cages. The only thing requested is Leaving the attitude at home and showing your respect and pride in what and why we are doing this!