Martin Luther King Day in OKC

While the coronavirus caused the cancelation of the “official” ML King parade in Oklahoma City, that didn’t stop a big group of people from gathering to celebrate the occasion. I rode down on my BMW F650 Sertao and met up with my good friend Tommy Bolton with Tombo Racing. Lots of cool bikes and cars started the “parade” at the Pilot truck stop on ML King and Reno, drove through OKC and ended up at ML King and 23rd street for a big party. For the most part people were social distancing.

Tommy invited me to attend this unofficial ML King parade in OKC. The actual parade was canceled because of the coronavirus, so people got together in their cars for a parade.

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