We Ride For Those Who Died

Registration

Registration for the 2018 Police Unity Tour Challenge Ride is now FULL.

 To place your name on the waiting list please click on the following link to start the process.  When an opening occurs you will be directed to the second phase of the registration process.

*2018 POLICE UNITY TOUR CHALLENGE RIDE REGISTRATION*

  • The application process has two phases.
  • A non-refundable $150.00 registration fee is required at phase two of the process.
  • You will need to create a new username from previous years.

 

Dear Member,

On behalf of the Police Unity Tour, Chapter VII, Southern California, We would like to welcome you to our organization, which is the proud sponsor of the National Law Enforcement Officer’s Memorial Fund. (N.L.E.O.M.F.) located in Washington D.C. The Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Montoure organized the Police Unity Tour in May 1997 with the hope of bringing public awareness for officers who have died in the line of duty. The goal was to have police officers ride bicycles from New Jersey to Washington D.C. over three day period. Each respective member was required to raise a certain amount of money to participate in this event. Currently the fee to ride in the Tour is $1,900.00. A $150.00 non-refundable membership fee is required with your application. This may appear to be a lot of money to participate but there are considerable expenses, which are incurred as a result of this venture i.e. hotels, insurance, supplies etc.

It gives us great pleasure to be part of the Police Unity Tour and I am looking forward to working with everyone. This is a unique organization whose members volunteer a considerable amount of time to a worthy cause and work in a Team atmosphere. The Southern California, Chapter VII Executive Board maintains the right to rescind membership privileges to those who fail to participate or meet their financial obligations. The Police Unity Tour is a 501C3 non-profit organization ID No. 22-3530541.

At present Southern California, Chapter VII will entertain applications for four hundred members. Individuals may also elect to become at-large members by paying the membership fee and volunteering their time in an effort to raise awareness to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.

Proud Sponsor of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial