Vietnam War At the end of the Viet Nam war, came an interest in motorcycles. This started with the Honda 90’s and dirt bike craze, and developed into bigger street bikes, like Indian motorcycles and the American-made Harley Davidson. We will follow Viet Nam Veterans as they ride across country to this years 25th anniversary of the Rolling Thunder the Viet Nam Veterans Motorcycle Run to the Wall and also the 30th anniversary of the Viet Nam war memorial in Washington DC. We will follow Harry Bostard a Viet Nam vet who has recently been diagnosed with Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Harry Bostard a.k.a. Flash De Monet who spends most of his time alone out on the the highway. "I get an immense feeling of Freedom when I am out there with my knees in the breeze, that is what we fought for was freedom even if we were not given a hero's welcome when we returned home. Harry is a Long Distance Lone Rider. Five motorcycles are being built for this years Rolling Thunder motorcycle run they will represent the 5 branches of the military bikernet.com/blog/?p=13914 Harry has been asked to ride the Air Force Bike that is being built by master bike builder Billy Lane.