Test your skills at the BCHP motorcycle skills challenge in June

B.C., BC Highway Patrol

2024-06-05 11:29 PDT

BC Highway Patrol is inviting motorcycle riders to put their riding skills to the test at our annual Motorcycle Skills Challenge on June 22, 2024. The BC Highway Patrol Motorcycle Program officers will be in Chilliwack teaching new skills to riders through a series of advanced skills courses. Cones will be set up and riders will work their way through sharp turns, curves, and obstacles. Our officers will present a challenge coin to each rider who completes the Motorcycle Skills Challenge.

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Chilliwack Motorcycle Skills Challenge

Who: Riders of all levels of experience                                                           

What: The challenge is a free event. Improve your riding skills and train like the police

Where: Chilliwack Alliance Church at 8700 Young Road, Chilliwack

When: June 22, 2024, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

What to bring: Proof of a class 6, class 6 learners, or class 8 licence with a supervisor, a street legal motorcycle with proof of insurance and don’t forget your riding gear

Motorcycle safety is a top priority for BC Highway Patrol. In partnership with ICBC, we are working to educate motorcycle riders so they can be better prepared for the motorcycle season, says Corporal Melissa Jongema, BC Highway Patrol Media Relations Officer. Come practice your riding skills - rain or shine, so you can be fully prepared for all the challenges that this motorcycle season will bring. 

BC Highway Patrol

Released by:

Cpl. Melissa Jongema
Media Relations Officer
BC Highway Patrol
14200 Green Timbers Way, Surrey, BC V3T 6P3
Office: 778-290-5761

Email: bchp_media@rcmp-grc.gc.ca
Website: bc-cb.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/highway-patrol

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