A group of legally blind women prove you don't have to see the road to enjoy the ride.
The Center for Independence hosted a ride-along for a group of legally blind women.
The women got a chance to get onto the back of some Harley-Davidsons and enjoy the ride.
Some of them loved it so much, they kept taking another turn, and said they couldn't wait to do it again in the future.
The Center for Independence helps people with disabilities live life to the fullest.
The bike owners volunteered their time to make sure these ladies got to feel a little wind in their hair.
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