Wounded Warriors ride into town to support veterans recovering from war trauma
A group of bikers pulled into Albany Tuesday as part of the Wounded Warrior Project’s 300-mile motorcycle ride throughout New York.
Rolling Project Odyssey is a motorcycle group that aims to support veterans in their recovery from the traumatic effects of war.
Veterans rode into the Harley-Davidson dealership in Albany and met with staff.
They had the opportunity to assemble bikes and even learn a few motorcycle tricks.
Learn about how the program helps veterans by watching the video of photojournalist Justin Shumway’s story.