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ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Or Pre-Register In-Person at Hoosier Harley Davidson and North End Cycle now until Sunday September 3rd close of business.

Online, choose “Rides and Events” “2022 Riding to Remember”

Online Pre-Registration Closes at MIDNIGHT SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4th

All pre-registered participants receive a commemorative t-shirt


24th ANNUAL RIDING TO REMEMBER

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 2022

Benefiting various local elderly, children’s, public safety and veterans charities throughout Elkhart County including maintenance and utilities of Faith Mission Tiny Home Project.

Day of Ride Registration Sunday September 11th 10am-Noon

t-shirts available on a first come, first served basis day of ride

 


Hoosier Harley Davidson

720 w. Bristol Street

Elkhart, IN  46514

Sunday September 11th, 2022

Registration and Staging 10-12

Safety Briefing 12:15

Ride Leaves at 12:30

 

Blue Knights IN VIII is a 501(c)(3) Organization

Ride with Pride
“Chapter President Jim Ballard paying his respects at Black Hills National Cemetery”

Welcome to the home of Indiana Chapter VIII

Blue Knights International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club 

 

The Blue Knights® International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club  is a non-profit fraternal organization consisting of active and retired law enforcement men and women who enjoy riding motorcycles. In the Spring of 1974, several law enforcement officers* from the Bangor, Maine (USA) area met and and formed a small, local motorcycle club.

Chapter VIII

The Blue Knights Indiana Chapter VIII was chartered on November 13, 2009 in Elkhart Indiana. Since then our membership has more than doubled and expanded into multiple states, counties and our members are from many agencies. We welcome new members to join us!

Our Pledge

“As a Blue Knight, I pledge to act with honor and pride to promote motorcycling and motorcycle safety by being an example of the safe use, operation and enjoyment of motorcycles. I will work at all times to improve the relationship between the motorcycling law enforcement community and the general public. The fraternal spirit will always guide me in relating to other Blue Knights.”