Pence rides a Harley across Indiana

WASHINGTON (AP) — Mike Pence is riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle across Indiana with a national guard charity group.

The Indiana governor and Donald Trump’s running mate departed from Indianapolis Friday morning along with over 100 riders.

Pence says he rode motorcycles when he was younger. But he joked that he took it up again after he was elected governor because “it’s required in the Constitution.”

The group is riding to Indiana’s first state Capitol in Corydon, near the Kentucky border. Pence will ride with the group for a shorter leg of the trip.

The Republican vice presidential candidate is riding a Harley Davidson Street Glide that a Pence spokesman says was borrowed from a friend.

 

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