Sarah Palin went on a motorcycle ride on Sunday, May 29, 2011, during the launch of her East Coast bus tour, but quiet on running in 2012 election.
Sarah Palin, wearing black jacket, rides at the
back of a motorcycle on her East Coast tour
Image Credit: Pete Marovich/MCT
Palin, 47, a former governor of Alaska and a Republican candidate for vice-president during the 2008 US Election launched her East Coast tour, but rode at the back of a motorcycle.
As reported at Huffington Post, Sarah Palin rode on a Harley motorcycle, along with her family and joined other “Rolling Thunder” motorcyclists on their annual “Ride for Freedom” tour.
The Rolling Thunder, an organization that aims to raise awareness about US military personnel declared as missing in action or became prisoners of war, started their tour at the Pentagon and will finish at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC.
Meanwhile, Sarah Palin wore a black jacket and helmet and chat with the riders, but did not show any sign of her early campaign for president in 2012 and did not even talked about the upcoming election.
Nevertheless, speculations rise that Palin may run in 2012 election but she have not yet announced about her plans as of this writing, which her supporters urging her to run.
On the other hand, Arizona Senator John McCain, who chose Palin as her running mate when he ran for president in 2008, told reports she could be a strong contender to beat US President Barack Obama, who already announced his plans for another term.