August 25, 2015

Parking at EPIC for vehicles other than Registered Motor Bikes

At EPIC Saturday 12th September 2015 – General parking for Cars and non-registered motor bikes is best in public car park opposite main gate 2 on Flemington Road, Mitchell. No day-time parking is available inside EPIC near bike form-up area and along internal road due to the number of bikes registered. Parking for night function is OK near Coorong Pavilion but …

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August 24, 2015

NT & WA Mail Closes – Registrations Remain Open

To allow time for WA & NT riders packs to arrive before riders depart for Canberra, riders packs cease to be mailed from 25th August. Those who register from NT & WA from here on should collect their riders pack at the Registration Desk at EPIC on the day of the ride.

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August 19, 2015

BankVic – Platinum Sponsors for 2015 W2W Ride

BankVic are proud to be supporting the 2015 Wall to Wall Ride and we’ll be joining riders on the journey from Victoria through to Canberra. Here is BankVic’s CEO Stephen Capello with John Laird President of the Victorian Police Association. BankVic are delighted to supporting this worthy event which provides much needed funding to Police charities including the Victorian Police …

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August 12, 2015

Raffle Tickets for Yamaha V-Star XVS650 Motorcycle

Tickets are available now through your state Co-Ordinator. Also they’ll be available for sale at table inside Coorong Pavilion from Saturday morning 12th September through until drawn at the evening function. Tickets at $10.00 each – Raffle is for a prize proudly donated by Yamaha Motors – Yamaha V-Star XVS650 Custom – Valued at $10,999. Tickets are limited. All proceeds will be donated to …

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August 4, 2015

Registrations Update

Registrations are really rolling in. Make sure you leave time to receive your riders pack before you leave for Canberra. Register now. As at 4th August we now have 1050 registered riders for this years W2W ride.  330 riders have purchased tickets for the Evening function. Make sure you pre-purchase (early) for the evening as no walk up sales are available due to catering …

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July 30, 2015

Wall to Wall 5th Anniversary Ride – by Gavin Cashion

This year in August, to commemorate the 5th anniversary of the “Wall to Wall Baton Run”, completed in 2011 by then Victorian Inspector Brian Rix and Leading Senior Constable George Berk, my partner in business and life, Tracy and I are heading off on our own adventure to re-trace Brian and Georges ride. Brian wanted to do the ride again …

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May 5, 2015

2015 Wall to Wall Ride Registrations Open

Registrations for this year’s Wall to Wall Ride are now open.  The registration fee for riders and pillion passengers will again be $50 each with the fees and any funds raised during the event to the Police Legacy in your elected jurisdiction. Riders Packs (including badge and bike sticker; and, a wrist band if you have also registered for the post evening …

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March 31, 2015

2015 Wall to Wall Ride Logo

The logo for our 2015 Wall to Wall: Ride for Remembrance is designed to focus on and be representative of the National Police Service Medal, recognising the special status of police officers across Australia and their role as protectors of the community. The NPSM is a highly symbolic award and represents a police officer’s past and future commitment to ethical …

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March 12, 2015

2015 Registrations Opening May

Registrations for the 2015 Wall to Wall Ride are expected to open early May 2015 Please click on the “registrations” button on the  menu at the top of our site.12

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February 13, 2015

Presentation to Chris Hayes MP

A presentation of a mounted set of the first five Wall to Wall Pins was made to Chris Hayes MP (Member for Fowler) who has taken part in all rides since the event commenced in 2010. Chris has said he will proudly display these pins in his Parliament House office. (Photo: Mark Burgess, Executive Office Police Federation of Australia and Mr Chris …

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