Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance

Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance

Published 29 May 2019

Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance

27 August 2019

The annual charity event, Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance, is on Saturday 14 September, with an after-ride function in Braddon.

The Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance commemorates the service and sacrifice of our police officers. This year is the ride’s 10th anniversary and a strong crowd of more than 2,000 riders is expected to participate. Riders from across the country will gather at EPIC on Saturday morning before departing as a group at 3pm to ride to the National Police Memorial in Kings Park.

The day will finish with riders gathering with friends at various locations in the City/Braddon area later in the evening. You’ll be able to recognise participants by their blue wrist bands.

If you’re a business located in the City/Braddon area and would like to be involved through encouraging riders to visit your business, contact event organiser Mark Burgess at mark@pfa.org.au. Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance will also publicise participating venues via social media and on their website.

If you’re a community member out and about on Saturday 14 September, be mindful that Braddon and the City area may be busier than normal during this time.

Over the past nine years, the rides have raised $940,000 for the police legacy organisation to look after the dependents of deceased police officers. It’s expected that this year’s ride will bring that tally to more than $1 million. To find out more about the ride, visit the website.

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