Dates: April 21-23, 2022
To provide a world class event for both law enforcement motor officers and civilian riders to come together for training, friendly competition and networking. Our goal is to provide an environment for experienced riders to hone their skills and novice riders to learn from the experts in order to put safer riders on the road.
About This Event
This motorcycle skills training and competition will bring together both police and civilian riders in elite, expert and novice categories. Each rider will navigate challenging cone patterns for time while trying to not touch or knock down cones. Each course is designed to push the limits of both the rider and motorcycle.
All proceeds will be donated to the Alexandria Police Youth Camp. For more information on this wonderful non-profit organization, click here!
I. Sworn Active Motor Officer on Harley Davidson Duty Bike.**
II. Sworn Active Motor Officer on Metric/Other Duty Bike.
III. Civilian on Harley Davidson.**
IV. Civilian on Metric/Other.
**Event coordinator may elect to create fairing and non-fairing divisions depending on final breakdown of registered bikes.
Elite Class: Any rider that has won Best Overall Rider/Top Gun/Top Rider award or placed 2nd or 3rd OVERALL for any competition.
Expert Class: Rider that has competed in any novice division and placed in top 3
Novice Class: Rider that has never competed in a formal competition or has never placed in top 3.
Competing Harley Davidson motorcycles must be of the large V-Twin engine type with a minimum of 88 cubic inches. Competing metric motorcycles must have a minimum of 998 cubic centimeter engine size. If you have any questions about your bike being eligible to compete, email us and we’ll help clarify.
Active duty motor officers must compete on a department issued motorcycle such as Harley Davidson, BMW, etc. Motorcycles must be in full duty configuration.
Protective gear consisting of a D.O.T. approved helmet, eye protection and boots covering ankles must be worn when riding on the course. Gloves are recommended. Clothing with offensive language or graphics will not be permitted. Sworn law enforcement riders on duty bikes must wear uniform on competition day only.
The courses that will be scored for each competitor will include:
Challenge Course (no practice)
Individual Slow Race
Other courses that will have awards but NOT counted in your overall score:
Team Slow Race (4 Motors per Team)
Last Rider Standing