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Brotherhood Ride 2011

Buddy Bonollo, of the Naples Police Department, left, kisses his wife Erin, as he prepares to head out during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff

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Buddy Bonollo, of the Naples Police Department, left, kisses his wife Erin, as he prepares to head out during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff

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  • Jerry Krohnfeldt, right, of the Estero Fire Department, kisses his wife Jennifer, center, goodbye as he prepares to head out during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Scenes during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Jerry Krohnfeldt, right, of the Estero Fire Department, hugs his son Bryce, 6, goodbye, while his wife Jennifer, left, looks on with son Carter, 11 months, as Krohnfeldt prepares to head out during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Scenes during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • A flag is raised to half mast during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Riders pose for photos during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Jerry Krohnfeldt, left, of the Estero Fire Department, has a photo taken with friend Tammy Althouse, left, before the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Paul Manguso, firefighter and paramedic for North Naples Fire Dept. gives Cristiana Sillery a goodbye hug before getting on his bicycle during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Scenes during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Scenes during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Training school recruits stand in formation during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Scenes during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Riders begin their trek during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Riders begin their trek during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Riders, including Buddy Bonollo of the Naples Police Department, center, begin their trek during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Buddy Bonollo, of the Naples Police Department, left, kisses his wife Erin, as he prepares to head out during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Buddy Bonollo, of the Naples Police Department, left, hugs his wife Erin, as he prepares to head out during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Riders prepare to being their journey during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Riders prepare to begin their journey during the Fourth Annual Brotherhood Ride which began Saturday at the North Naples Fire Station No. 45. Thirty-nine members from different police, fire and EMS stations will bike more than 1,600 miles over the course of 22 days until they reach ground zero in New York City on Sept. 10. Greg Kahn/Staff

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