Seven people lost their lives in Randolph last Friday, and tributes from the motorcycle community continue to pour in.

While families and friends continue to process the loss of seven members of the motorcycle community, thousands paid tribute Wednesday night in Whitman, Massachusetts.  According to to WMUR News 9, motorcycles could be felt coming down Essex Street near the Whitman Veterans of Foreign Wars post during a moving tribute which numbered in the thousands. Many of those in attendance to honor the fallen members of JarHeads MC were veterans.

Don LaLiberte told WCVB ABC 5: "We want to show strong, strong support for this whole group here... When one falls, we all fall."

The Whitman VFW hosted a candlelight vigil for all of the victims, the news station stated. In addition, it doubled as a fundraiser for the families of the seven who lost their lives who were traveling to a fundraiser.

Many were moved by the outpouring of support.

Linda Hurd of Halifax told WCVB ABC 5: "It was such a senseless tragedy, and to have this kind of a turnout, it speaks volumes."