Point Lookout Town Park
**2 Hour Delay Start Time** (new times below)
Registration Time: 11am – 12pm
Opening Ceremony: 12pm – 1pm
Kickstands Up: 1:15pm
Ceremony/Demonstration: 12pm at Point Lookout Town Park
- Public Speakers
- National Anthem & Opening Prayer
- PBA Canteens
- Law Enforcement Booths
- *Masks / Face Coverings Mandatory!
* The Ride is open to all active and retired law enforcement officers, families, friends and law enforcement supporters.
Start @ Point Lookout Town Park -> N/B Loop Pkwy -> S/B Meadowbrook Pkwy -> W/B Ocean Pkwy -> N/B Robert Moses Cswy -> E/B Sunrise Hwy -> S/B Heckscher State Pkwy -> Enter Park & Turnaround -> N/B Heckscher State Pkwy -> W/B Sunrise Hwy -> S/B Robert Moses Cswy -> E/B Ocean Pkwy -> N/B Meadowbrook Pkwy -> S/B Loop Pkwy -> End @ Point Lookout Town Park
* Expected Ride Time: 85-90 Minutes
Please join Law Enforcement Officers Weekend and The Blue Knights Chapter X on Saturday, October 17th, 2020, for the Second Annual Ride 4 Remembrance. Hundreds of motorcycles and escort vehicles will ride from Point Lookout, New York to Heckscher State Park and back, in honor and remembrance of all Law Enforcement Officers who we’ve lost. Line of duty deaths, suicide, illness or accidents, we ride in their memory to show our love and support for our blue family!
An opening ceremony & demonstration will commence at 10:00am sharp. Masks or face coverings during the demonstration are mandatory! The demonstration will consist of public speakers, opening prayer, National Anthem, Pipes & Drums, PBA Canteens, and other law enforcement booths. The Ride 4 Remembrance will commence at 11am sharp, following the conclusion of the opening ceremony.
Active and retired law enforcement officers, families, friends and law enforcement supporters are highly encouraged to attend the ride and demonstration! Please show your support by flying Thin Blue Line & American Flags (small flags affixed appropriately to your bike), wearing law enforcement apparel or displaying the name/photo of your loved one you’re riding in remembrance for on your bike.