"We Ride for Those Who Died"
The Wisconsin Riders of the Police Unity Tour are a group of law enforcement officers and survivors of fallen law enforcement officers from all over Wisconsin who participate in the annual Police Unity Tour.
The Police Unity Tour began in 1997 with 18 police officers riding their bicycles over 300 miles from New Jersey to Washington D.C. In 2015 close to 2,000 law enforcement officers from around the country participated in the ride. The goals of the ride are to raise awareness of law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty and to raise funds for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington D.C.
DONUT DASH 2018
REGISTRATION FOR DONUT DASH '18 BEGINS AT MIDNIGHT ON 2/2/18. SIGN UP BEFORE MIDNIGHT ON 2/3/18 TO SAVE $10 ON INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION AND $25 ON TEAM REGISTRATION.
LAST MINUTE INFO
RACE DAY REGISTRATION (ONLINE REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED)
Save time Saturday morning and complete the same day registration form here. Individual registration is $40 and team registration is $125.
The weather for tomorrow is looking fantastic so here's a couple things to keep in mind.
Packet pickup and same day registration starts at 7:30am tomorrow morning at Hart Park. We already have well over 400 participants so please plan accordingly for parking, packet pickup and same day registration ($40/individual $125/team). We will be starting the race promptly at 9am. Also, there are no pets allowed on the race course during this event.
Every year approximately 150 names of fallen law enforcement officers names are added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington D.C.
The Wisconsin Riders ride in memory of fallen officers from Wisconsin and carry those officers names on their bikes and memorial bracelets during the ride.
The Wisconsin Riders depart New Jersey and ride over 300 miles during the 4 day ride.
Riders wind through several states on the east coast, picking up riders from other chapters along the way, eventually arriving at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial during National Police Week.