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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaii Pacific University graduate student John David Tyner will be honored at a special "Ride to Remember" November 20th. The motorcycle ride in memory of the retired Navy Command Master Chief will benefit the David Tyner Memorial Scholarship for Diplomacy and Military Studies at HPU.
Check out the video of our interview with Justin Vance, assistant professor at Hawaii Pacific University.
The ride, scheduled to begin at 8 a.m., will take riders from Moanalua Gardens to along the H-1 Freeway, past Makapu‘u to Sandy Beach. It will then wind through Waimanalo and go through the Ko‘olau Mountains, via the H-3 Freeway to Keaiwa Heiau State Park in Aiea. It will wind back to H-1, north on the H-2 Freeway and then to South Seas Motorcycles in Waipahu, via Kunia Road. The total route is 75 miles and is expected to take a leisurely three hours. South Seas Motorcycles will provide lunch at the last stop. The event will feature live music, door prizes and a raffle.