The famous charitable motorcycle ride and concert, Love Ride, said goodbye after 32 successful years. To close out the final Love Ride was none other than iconic rock band the Foo Fighters.
This year was the 32nd annual Love Ride in Castaic Lake, California and the event has raised more than 25 million dollars for a variety of charities, including 1 million dollars for the Wounded Warrior Project. The project is dedicated to helping injured service members and their families.
The event was held in October and started off with thousands of motorcycle riders gathering at the Harley Davidson dealer in Glendale, California. They all went on a 50-mile journey to Castaic Lake where a number of bands came together to put on a rocking show.
But the act that stole the show was the Foo Fighters. Frontman David Grohl put on an emotional performance while sporting a broken leg. He sat on a Harley Davidson that was looked like a throne complete with a wheel and handlebars.
The band rocked out to several of their hits during their two-hour set including This Is a Call, Best of You and belting out covers of songs from classic rock bands Tom Petty, the Rolling Stones and Queen. Grohl dedicated My Hero to Oliver Shokouh, founder of Love Ride. And of course, the band ended the show with their song Everlong.