Road Rider Rally
"I bought my very first motorcycle at age sixty, never rode before in my entire life. I took a motorcycle safety course to learn how to ride. I bought a motorcycle at age sixty; I'm seventy-one, I'm still teaching motorcycle classes and I'm still riding safe," said Woodard.
The Freedom of Road Riders rallied to raise awarness about motorcycle safety. Woodard is a recent member of FORR.
A lot of the time when people think of freedom of road riders they think about helmet safety. But today that's not what their message is all about, FORR Wants everyone to look out for motorcycle riders.
"Like I say on my answering machine, I've got on there, it says, look twice, save a life, motorcycles are everywhere," said Woodard.
The organization rallied at the capitol to make their voices and their bikes heard.
Reported by Sarah Keeven