Hundreds take part in annual Soldier Ride

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Hundreds of cyclists took part in an annual ride today to honor the nation's service members.

The 10th annual Soldier Ride kicked off at Babylon Town Hall this morning. The course ended at Overlook Beach.

This year, 55 wounded warriors took part in the 25-mile ride with about 1,500 other cyclists.

The event raises money for Suffolk United Veterans and the Wounded Warriors Project.

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