Police Motorcycle Event - meet, greet and interact!

It is our hope people will walk away from this event with a newly learned skill that may help save their life while operating a motorcycle
May 10, 2012

Come join Police Motorcycle Officers from across North America for the 30th Anniversary of the North American Motor Officers Association (NAMOA) Training Conference and Competition Event.

Interact with the Officers and the motorcycles they ride at this FREE, 3-day Event that is Open to the Public!

** The training Conference and Competition, which will be held at the Tulalip Casino Resort, will be from:

·       10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 16

·       9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 17

·       8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, May 18


The public will be able to:

·       Watch Motorcycle Officers train and compete in single and pair riding skills, timed events, barrel riding and more.

·       Visit the 5,000 square foot Vendor Tent on site with factory reps and more than 40 vendors.

·       See new motorcycles from Harley Davidson, BMW, Honda, & Victory.

·       Interact with the Police Officers and see what it’s like to be a Motorcycle Officer first hand.

·       Learn about motorcycle safety.


Lynnwood Police Traffic Sergeant David Harris said the department is honored to be hosting the largest police motorcycle conference in the nation.

“It is our hope people will walk away from this event with a newly learned skill that may help save their life while operating a motorcycle,” said Sgt. Harris, who is also the Chairman for the NAMOA committee. “NAMAO is about safety – all of our safety. Come out, watch and have some fun!”

The North American Motor Officers Association - NAMOA - is a non-profit organization, with an annual membership base of approximately 400 police motorcycle officers from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, British Columbia, and Alberta, Canada.

The annual training conference hosts motor officers from not only the Northwest, but from around the United States and Canada.

The organizations purpose is to promote traffic safety through education, training, awareness and a collaborative exchange of information to police motorcycle officers and civilian riders.

Lynnwood Police Traffic Officer Chuck Freeman who is also the  co-chair for the NAMOA committee said “This conference is so important because of the training Motor officers receive to enhance their skills in traffic safety, and it gives us as officers a chance to interact with the public and civilian riders.”

For more information and a complete list of our more than 40 sponsors and vendors go to:  www.namoa.org.



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