The 2nd Annual Osceola Law Ride
On Saturday, February 1, 2014, the Law Offices of Michael B. Brehne and 911 Biker Law will be participating in the 2nd Annual Osceola Law Ride sponsored by the Blue Knights International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club. Whether you’re a biker or just looking to have a good time, Orlando motorcycle attorney Michael Brehne invites you to support the Blue Knights at this charity event.
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This non-stop ride is escorted and lead by law enforcement motor officers from Central Florida. All motorcyclists in the Central Florida area are invited to participate. Proceeds from the event benefit the families of Osceola officers who have lost their lives or have been injured in the line of duty.
The Blue Knights is a non-profit fraternal organization consisting of active and retired law enforcement officers who enjoy riding motorcycles. The Florida 29 chapter of the Blue Knights is one the few chapters nationwide that hosts a law ride.
“The purpose of the law ride is to help families of fallen or injured law enforcement officers,” said Lt. Murgado, of the Osceola Sheriff’s Office and president of the Florida 29 chapter. “The money collected from the event goes straight to a fund specifically created for these families.”
As a former a police officer and Auxiliary Florida State Trooper, Brehne has stayed true to his roots by continually supporting his fellow law enforcement officers in the community.
“It is an honor for me to be a patched member of the Blue Knights because they embody my core beliefs of motorcycle fun, safety, and education,” Brehne said. “This event provides me a further platform to raise public awareness of biker safety and at the same time raise funds to support the families of my fallen or injured brethren.”
According to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, on average, a total of 154 lose their lives in the line of duty each year. Attorney Brehne is thrilled to be an active participant in this great cause.
The entry fee for this event is $20 for motorcycle riders and $10 for passengers. There will be food, gift bags, and door prizes for attendees to enjoy. To learn more about the ways in which attorney Michael Brehne is volunteering to help the community visit his website 911 Biker Law.