An “awesome feeling,” says W.Va.-based owner-operator Chuck Timbrook, builder (with partners you can read about here) and driver of the 1999 “Black Out” Freightliner Classic regular readers will know he’s turned into a rolling tribute to military veterans, prisoners of war and soldiers who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice for the country. He’s talking about what happened yesterday on the God Bless America ride between Greencastle, Pa., and the Martinsburg Veterans Affairs center. He and his diesel rig led the way for hundreds of motorcycles participating in the ride (more than 3,000 all told, says Timbrook), put on by Rolling Thunder’s Maryland Chapter.
Triggs, Timbrook says, sent along these images of his unit. Click through any of them to visit the Martinsburg, W.Va.-based photographer’s website. Find him on Facebook via this link.