Harley lover drives across Vietnam to honor Veterans

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Rapid City, SD One Harley lover decided to turn his hobby into a journey for those who lost their lives serving our country.

A golf course superintendent turned Harley lover decided to ride 41-thousand miles across Vietnam to honor those who couldn't.

Mile Rinowski was a Vietnam era vet who served in Europe during the war but he felt a strong connection to the men and women who served in combat.

After his journey he came back to the states and wrote a book titled "Harley Tracks, Across Vietnam to the Wall" as a way to share his trip with the world.

Mike Rinowski "Our young men and women who didn't get back who died in Vietnam didn't they the opportunity to enjoy life, they gave up two lives, the one they had and the one they could have had. So I just felt an obligation, that anybody else here would have felt the same to ride and honor them across Vietnam on a Harley Davidson."

Rinowski was available for a book signing during this years Rally at Black Hills Harley in Rapid City.