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  • Raleigh bids farewell to Harley-Davidson dealer Ray Price

    Thousands of motorcyclists and friends came out to pay their last respects to Harley-Davidson dealer and legendary motorcycle racer Ray Price. in Raleigh Sunday. Motorcyclists rode from his dealership on South Saunders St. to Red Hat Amphitheater for services. Price died earlier this week at age 78.

Thousands of motorcyclists and friends came out to pay their last respects to Harley-Davidson dealer and legendary motorcycle racer Ray Price. in Raleigh Sunday. Motorcyclists rode from his dealership on South Saunders St. to Red Hat Amphitheater for services. Price died earlier this week at age 78. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Thousands of motorcyclists and friends came out to pay their last respects to Harley-Davidson dealer and legendary motorcycle racer Ray Price. in Raleigh Sunday. Motorcyclists rode from his dealership on South Saunders St. to Red Hat Amphitheater for services. Price died earlier this week at age 78. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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