Pre-Register for the 5th Annual Ride for Fallen Officers – Sunday, August 21, 2011

Posted on January 29, 2011 by ULEM Administrator

NOTE: Pre-registration has concluded. You can register in person on August 21,2011 at the Timpanogos Harley-Davidson dealership (map) in Lindon between 9AM and 11AM. We look forward to meeting and riding with you!

Thank you for your interest in the 5th annual Ride for Fallen Officers. Be sure to enter for a chance to win a 2011 H-D Forty-Eight! NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. For alternate entry send your full name, address, and phone number in a self-addressed, stamped envelope and mail it to ULEM, PO Box 900695, Sandy, UT 84090-0695. “No Purchase Necessary” entries must be received no later than 5PM (Mountain Standard Time), August 18, 2011 to be included in the raffle. Requests accepted from Utah State residents 18 years or older, one per household.Please pre-register for the ride below. After payment, you will receive a Release and Discharge form via e-mail and your donation ticket stubs in the regular mail. (We’ll keep the rest of the ticket in a secure box for the drawing!) You will receive your ride pin upon final registration, which will take place Sunday, August 21, 2011 from 9AM to 11AM at Timpanogos Harley Davidson in Lindon (map).Please bring your Release and Discharge forms as well as a printout of your purchase. The ride will start at 11AM. Please note that limited edition T-shirts and ride patches will also be available for sale at Timpagonos Harley Davidson.After making your selection(s), you will be taken to a secure server where you will be able to enter your credit card information. Your transaction will be confirmed by e-mail.To view the map route, please click here.From Timpanogos H-D
Geneva Road to Main St
Right on Center St
Left on 100 East, which turns into SR 146/Canyon Road
Left on SR 92
Right on Highland Blvd, which eventually turns into Sun Crest Dr
Right on Traverse Ridge Rd to Bangerter
Right on 150 East
Left on 13200 South
Right on Minuteman Drive to Factory Outlet Drive to State St.
State St all the way to the State Capitol
25Donation Donation ($ 25 per raffle ticket)
Donate $25 for a chance to win a 2011 H-D Forty-Eight or get 5 tickets for $100 (see below). There is no limit to the number of tickets you may purchase and you need not be present to win!
100Donation Donation ($ 100 per FIVE raffle tickets)
Donate $100 for FIVE chances to win a 2011 H-D Forty-Eight or get 1 ticket for $25 (see above). There is no limit to the number of tickets you may purchase and you need not be present to win!
Rider Rider ($ 25 each)
Includes a Ride Pin (pictured to the left) and pancake breakfast.
Passenger Passenger ($ 10 each)
Includes a Ride Pin (pictured to the left) and pancake breakfast.


36 responses to “Pre-Register for the 5th Annual Ride for Fallen Officers – Sunday, August 21, 2011”

  1. Rudi Tee says:

    Why do you have the ride on a Sunday every year? Some of us would like to attend this but don’t ride on Sundays.

  2. Brigitte says:

    Our last ride procession was at least three miles long. We passed major intersections that were shut down by law enforcement to protect the riders and it would have caused a tremendous and frustrating backup for those who’d needed to get to a specific place if we were to have the ride on Saturdays. This ride is such a heart-warming experience for everyone involved, and especially the families of the fallen officers, that taking one Sunday in the year to ride would probably not be detriment to your beliefs. We do welcome those who will not ride on a motorcycle to participate in their cars, if that is a better solution. If you have ever been part of the ride, you know what a wonderful event it is – in honor of our Fallen Officers and their families.

  3. Bill Siddoway says:

    I have been on every ride. What a great outing for a very special purpose. Sundays are great and I appreciate the pre-registration. THX again for all your efforts! When are you getting a BEER license at MARLEY’s?

  4. Patrick Christensen says:

    I did my first ride last year and it was great. A stright shot to the capital. I think I was the only one not on a Harley I was on an orange KTM EXC-R 450, but thats ok because it has 2 wheels and thats what counts.

  5. Brigitte says:

    Yes, two wheels count, but so do three or four wheels. I was told I am better off with four wheels under my butt, so I will be riding in my convertible. See you all again this year. And if you want to win a Harley, buy a ticket. You don’t have to be present to win it, but we’d love to see all of you for the ride. Let’s make it a four or five mile procession this year.

  6. Steven says:

    I was wondering if you have to be 18 to ride? I’m 16 and was looking at this for my first group ride. I’ve got about 2000 miles. I figured that this looks pretty laid back, nothing too structured or intense for my first go. What do you think?

    I’m not riding a Harley either. I’m on a Ninja, and don’t want to be shunned or beaten up or anything ;).

  7. Brigitte says:

    As long as you have a valid motorcycle license and know the ins and outs of riding in a procession, you are welcome to join us. It’s a wonderful ride.

  8. Lisa says:

    Is there a map of the ride somewhere?

  9. Rock says:

    so is this a harley only ride? or are all brands welcome?

  10. Dale says:

    Rock: I ride a Honda sport bike, I’ve attended this ride for the last 3 years. No one has ever made a negative comment about my bike. It is VERY cruiser heavy though, but even the cruisers are in all types of makes and models. Everyone is there for a good cause and everyone is welcome.

    Lisa: In the years past they have posted the route here as it gets closer. It’s changed each year for the last three years that I’ve attended. It has always started at Timp and then taken State up to the Capital. It’s the between timp and state that has changed.

  11. Brigitte says:

    Yes, any bike or car is welcome. So hopefully we’ll see all of you at Timp Harley and then on to the State Capitol. If the route has not been posted yet, it will be as follows:
    From Timpanogos H-D
    Geneva Road to Main St
    Right on Center St
    Left on 100 East, which turns into SR 146/Canyon Road
    Left on SR 92
    Right on Highland Blvd, which eventually turns into Sun Crest Dr
    Right on Traverse Ridge Rd to Bangerter
    Right on 150 East
    Left on 13200 South
    Right on Minuteman Drive to Factory Outlet Drive to State St.
    State St all the way to the State Capitol

  12. ulem says:

    The map of the ride is here. I’ll try to get it up on the Web site as well!

  13. Brent N says:

    Hey, just to let you all know, there is a block of rooms with a special Harley discount rate at the Orem TownePlace Suites Marriott that is across the freeway from Timp Harley. The rate is $75 and includes breakfast!

  14. Nat says:

    Is there any place to set up a booth for sales? Leathers,Shirts etc? I would proudly donate a portion of my profits…

  15. Kathy Johnson says:

    I would also like to know if there’s anywhere to set up a booth for sales? I would donate as well.

  16. Ron Wagstaff says:

    This is one of the rides we look forward to every year. As a family we have participated the last three years (2,3,or 4 Harleys dependant on who is available) and I am sure no one cares what you ride or how you look, if it is 2, 3, or 4 wheels. I sure all that is important is that you come to show support, honor and respect for those that have made the ultimate sacrifice.

    Steven: All the Harley riders I know are great people and I am sure will welcome you and be willing to help you any way we can.

  17. Brigitte says:

    To save you time for talking, browsing around and having breakfast at Marleys, why don’t you all pre-register for the ride. Also, don’t forget the Harley Timpanogos Harley is donating which some lucky person will win on the 21st. T-shirts and patches will also be available. For registration you’ll receive a ride pin, wrist band and free breakfast at Marleys and a chance to have a wonderful time and feel good about supporting a great cause.

    Looking forward to seeing all of you at the ride.

  18. Eric Ramsay says:

    ok so i feel like a fool but WHAT is marley,s i,ve been on the ride for the last 3 yrs, and enjoy it thoroughly and support it 100% but i,ve never noticed a marleys, guess i,m to busy looking at the bikes lol

  19. Brigitte says:

    Marley’s is the little restaurant inside of Timp Harley – west end. They have wonderful sliders for lunch and they make the best pancakes with a great syrup for those of us who ride on these special occasions.

    Also, those requesting to have a booth at our rides, we support Timp Harley because they are so supportive of our cause, thus we are unable to make provisions for sales booths. We also have to work with the State Capitol where the memorial is located and it is impossible to have merchandise for sale on their property. We appreciate the offer to help us out, but our hands are tied. Thanks so much for asking

  20. ed hall says:

    This will be my 4th ride. I look forward to it every year. This is such a great honor for me to do this. I ride in honor of my good friend Ron Wood from WJPD who was shot while on foot pursuit.

    For those who don’t ride on Sunday I can respect that. But this is for a great cause. Let your conscience be your guide.

  21. Ken says:

    So, I purchased over the secure server, but didn’t get an email or any confirmation? I hit “continue” as instructed, it then gook me back to the main page?

    • ulem says:

      Ken, your order did come through for us and you should have received the ride waiver in your e-mail. If not, let us know and I’ll resend the waiver again.

      We do recognize that the current system of taking you directly to the front page isn’t the best option after your order. We are working on a new payment processor and will have a better system in place to let you know that your order did successfully complete. We’ll be migrating to that processor over the next couple of weeks.

  22. Richard Murdock says:

    My brother in law Mat Henderson has not received his confirmation yet, He said that his credit card had been billed but he has not seen an email of any kind.

  23. My husband has been in Law Enforcement for 30 years. He does not have office hours and is on duty 24/7. Every Fallen Officer had the same schedule. I can give up one Sunday a year to ride in their honor. Even the Lord understands our gratitude for all of our Officers and the life they gave for us.

  24. […] See you there. Look for the Furry Fury (Blue Fury with shaggy sheepskin on seat for my wife). 5th Annual Ride for Fallen Officers Sunday, August 21, 2011 | Utah Law Enforcement Memorial __________________ Later, Brent – 2010 Fury in Blue […]

  25. Justin Mortensen says:

    I submitted my entry a few hours ago and haven’t received confirmation. My card has been charged. Does anybody know who to contact with additional questions.

  26. Justin Mortensen says:

    Thank you, I have now received the info.

  27. Brigitte says:

    Just wanted all of you to know that your pre-registration is not automatically responded to. I do each one of them personally, and yes, I do mess up sometimes. Also, I am not monitoring my computer every minute. If you haven’t received a response to your pre-registration or purchase of Harley tickets by me within 6 to 8 hours, please get in touch with me at I usually respond much sooner than that, though.

    And the response to pre-registration has been wonderful. I’ll have to have three or four lines to accommodate all of you. However, it certainly will be faster than trying to run your credit cards at Timp Harley. Thank you all soooooo much!!

    Brigitte Dawson

  28. Mark Cornaby says:

    I did the pre-registration last night (8/19) and have not seen anything yet. Thank you

  29. Brigitte says:

    Mark, I was already dreaming of Marley’s great pancakes with that wonderful syrup at 2:30 am when your registration came in. Hopefully you have received acknowledgement and waiver by now. And to all, pre-registration ends at 3:00 PM today so I can do the necessary paperwork to make the lines run smoothly tomorrow morning. See you all there.

  30. Brigitte says:

    Oh, there will be plenty of other lines to help you register tomorrow if you haven’t had time to pre-register. There are lots of T-shirts, patches and other goodies to sell, including more chances at the Harley that will be given away at the State Capitol after the ride. I am excited for that, even though I won’t have a chance of winning it – no ULEM board members are eligible. But as I said before, four wheels under me are better for me. So if you see me in my black convertible Sebring – wave.

  31. Jerry says:

    I pre-registered and so have a couple friends that came out from california to visit. We are looking forward to the ride.

  32. Christina says:

    Sorry, won’t be able to make this one, but everyone ride safe and have fun!

  33. John Wright says:


    Today’s 5th Annual Ride for Fallen Officers ( was GREAT!!! What could be better than riding a motorcycle from Lindon to the State Capital (40 miles) without putting a foot on the ground the whole way and not using I-15, with Dad. Running every Light and Stop sign along the way – THANKS to Utah Police Officers & Fire Fighters along the way!!!

    Again Great Ride, Great Charity and Great Organization! 5 Stars!

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