McKinney, TX, May 17, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Hosted by Pat Lobb Toyota of McKinney and the Skilled Motorcycle Riders Association, the event will feature various motorcycle challenges that test a rider’s skill and ability. Prizes will be awarded to the best riders. The competition is open to all motorcycle riders. Divisions will include Active Motor Officers, Law Enforcement Officers not currently assigned to a Motors Unit, Civilian Expert, Civilian Advanced and for the first time this year, Civilian Novice. Motorcycles must as equipped from the factory and at least 1000cc.
Skills training will be provided to participants as a public service to promote motorcycle safety and the benefits of motorcycle training. With training and practice, civilian riders are capable of reaching the same skill and proficiency as motor law enforcement officers. The skills training offered is an effort to produce safer motorcycle riders on the highway.
September 28th will be a practice day with the competition taking place on September 29th and 30th. The registration fee is $80 per competitor. The proceeds will benefit MotorCops for Kids, raising funds for Shriner’s Hospitals of Galveston and Houston.
This is the fourth year for the North Texas Motorcycle Challenge and Grand Homes has been supporting the event since day one. Grand Homes is this year’s Premier Title Sponsor. Event details, including registration information is available at www.northtexasmotorcyclechallenge.com.
About the Skilled Motorcycle Riders Association:
The Skilled Motorcycle Riders Association (SMRA) is a non-profit that promotes the benefits of motorcycle rider training and opportunities for riders to receive skills training. The goal of the SMRA is to raise awareness of motorcycle safety with riders and non-riders, strengthen the relationship between motor law enforcement officers and civilian riders and host or promote skills competitions for riders to receive training.
Mail competitor registration to:
Skilled Motorcycle Rider Association
PO Box 2213
Allen, TX 75013