A large rally to remember those killed on 9/11 rumbled through the streets of Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
"Two Million Bikers to D.C." honors victims and members of the military that were called to serve following the attacks.
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Organizers tried to get a last-minute permit to close some intersections along their route, but the National Park Service declined that request.
The event is in response to the Million Muslim March. Organizers used social media to inform spectators where to show up and cheer them on to show their support.
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