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Brian Dietz of Moorhead tested his driving skills on the SMARTrainer, a simulator that included a video monitor, along with the standard controls found on a real motorcycle. Al Edenloff | Echo Press

Out and About - Freedom and safety first

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Bikes gleamed at the fifth annual Freedom First bike show and fundraiser Saturday at the Runestone Community Center in Alexandria.

Motorcycles of all colors, sizes and models were on display, some from as far back as a 1927 Indian.

Classes included stock, vintage, metric, custom, rad/rat, trike, sport bike, best paint and best of show.

Safety was also on display. Riders had an opportunity to test their driving skills on a "SMARTrainer" road simulator.

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