Morgan McGivern photos
Chris Carney of East Hampton, a founder of Soldier Ride, led the way as Soldier Ride began on Saturday morning.
Soldier Ride participants included Khanh Ngo and Richard Mohler, a U.S. Army veteran
A little rest was necessary before Soldier Ride began.
A moment of silence was held before the ride began.
The Honor Guard
Participants rode down Montauk Highway at the start of Soldier Ride.
Nancy Atlas gave a performance.
JoAnn Lyles, the mother of the late Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Hearter and seen here with Benjamin Tupaj in 2014, pulled her support from this year's Soldier Ride the Hamptons.
Demonstrations will be held Sunday in East Hampton and Bridgehampton.
East Enders took to the streets in Riverhead and Riverside on Sunday during the Black Lives Matters demonstration.
Tony Lambert photos
Protestors are also expected in East Hampton Village on Sunday.
The salt-box-style house, known as the Fowler house, is slated for designation as a historic landmark.
David E. Rattray
Shahab Karmely told the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals that the tennis court he built complies with conditions the board attached in 2014.