On July 11, the fourth annual See Me Save Me Ride will stage in the BX parking lot at 10:30 a.m., head out the Roy Gate at approximately 11 a.m., ride a circular route through local communities and end up at the Hill Aerospace Museum. Local media representatives are expected and participants are advised to shine up their bikes.
Allan Woods, Hill AFB Motorcycle Safety Program manager, explained that participants will be required to use approximately 1/2 an hour of annual leave to participate and to check with their supervisors for that approval.
Woods encourages everyone who will participate in the ride to keep safety paramount as they ride in a Staggered Twos formation through the local communities. Personal Protective Equipment is required in order to participate.
"The purpose of the ride is to motivate motorists to take a second look specifically for motorcyclists and to share the road with the smaller traffic including bicyclists and pedestrians," said Woods.
Local law enforcement and Utah Highway Patrol will provide escorts to ensure riders do not have to stop for lights.
All off-base riders who would like to join the campaign ride may stage at the Hill Aerospace Museum and follow the group as it leaves the Roy Gate. Woods suggests they be in place for staging no later than 10:45 a.m.