All are welcome to join Governor Jack Markell and the Delaware Motorcycle Rider Education Advisory Committee kick off Motorcycle Awareness Month for May 2012 with Delaware’s Motorcycle Awareness Day, Saturday, April 28th.
It’s going to be a great time! Activities for the day include a motorcycle parade through Downtown Dover, a bike show, riding events, vendors, and food.
The event is free to the public. All are welcome to attend. Riders of all brands and styles of motorcycling may participate in the parade and bike show to follow. (All cycles must be tagged and insured.)
Here’s the schedule, rain or shine:
9:30-10:30 Parade sign up at William Henry Middle School (RT8 in Dover)
11:00 Motorcycle Parade from William Henry Middle School down Loockerman Street to Legislative Hall
@ Legislative Hall: The Honorary Senator Bruce Ennis will be on hand to read the Proclamation declaring May as Motorcycle Safety Month in the Diamond State.
Bike Show / Riding Events / Vendors
12:30 Bike Show judging begins - 6 classes, all entries must ride in the parade.
1:00 Awards Presentation
The Delaware Motorcycle Rider Education Advisory Committee works to bring riders of all types of motorcycling together to promote motorcycle awareness and safety.
Please call Stewart at 302-697-3222 ext 212 with any questions.