Top-Notch Officers, Civilians to Demonstrate Strategic Motorcycle Skills During October Competition
Tight turns and slow manipulation in confined spaces will set the tone for a major motorcycle skills competition to be held at Desert Wind Harley-Davidson in Mesa, Arizona, on Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Arizona Motorcycle Safety & Awareness Foundation (AMSAF) will receive 100% of proceeds from the event.
The event, now in its third year, will showcase numerous top police motorcycle officers and skilled civilians as they go head-to-head as they hone their slow motorcycle manipulation skills in tight confined spaces for top honors. The family-friendly competition also will offer kids’ activities, vendors, raffles, and other fun. Desert Wind Harley-Davidson is hosting the event in conjunction with Breyer Law, the husband and wife law team, and ProRider. Police and civilian competitors will practice on Friday, October 18 at Desert Wind Harley-Davidson, then the competition takes place on October 19. The action-packed competition is a favorite with the public.
Individuals interested in being a part of the event should visit www.amsaf.org/desert-wind-harley-davidson-skills-competition/ or call 888/951-3732 or visit AMSAF at www.amsaf.org. Desert Wind Harley-Davidson is located at 922 S Country Club Drive, Mesa, Arizona 85210 and their phone number is 480/894-0484.