Chills and Thrills Event
Boise, May 19th, 2007 – The 4th annual “Chills and Thrills” motorcycle operations course takes place on May 19th, hosted by the Boise Police Motors Unit, in cooperation with other local police agencies and the Idaho STAR Motorcycle Safety Program. The goal of the course is to share more advanced motorcycle safety and skills with civilian riders, to increase their control, enjoyment and confidence on a motorcycle. Motors Unit Officers are required to train monthly and practice daily. This is their opportunity to share those skills and increase safety on the roads. There will be numerous courses for all levels of experience including many of the same courses the Police train on. The class costs $5. Riders must be at least 18, insured, possess a valid motorcycle license and bring a motorcycle in good working order, a helmet, gloves and other safety equipment. Raffles, food, auctions and giveaways will take place throughout the day with proceeds to benefit the Idaho Ronald McDonald House.
What: Civilian Motorcycle Operations Course "Chills & Thrills"
Where: POST pursuit driving track, Meridian
When: Saturday, May 19th
Time: Registration begins 8:00 a.m. and the event lasts until 1:00 p.m.
Contact: Media Contact on site is Sgt. Rich Fuhriman
Release prepared by:
Boise Police Public Information