Monday July 11th, 2016 marked the 15th year of the Cops Cycling for Survivors bicycle ride around Indiana.
This year’s ride celebrates 15 years of Gary Dudley’s vision of a ride to support law enforcement survivors. For the first time in 30 years, Indiana lost no officers to line of duty death in 2015.
The annual bike ride consists of active and retired police officers, law enforcement survivors, law enforcement family members and friends of law enforcement riding their bikes around the perimeter of Indiana to raise funds and awareness for Hoosier law enforcement and families across Indiana.
This Friday and Saturday the cyclists will be riding through the Bloomington area. They will proceed towards Bloomington on SR 446 and after crossing the causeway at Lake Monroe, they will take a break at the DNR Paynetown Office. They will then continue into Bloomington on SR 446, to the Sherwood Oaks Christian Church at 2700 E. Rogers Blvd, in Bloomington.
On Saturday, the cyclists will head to Indianapolis via the Morgan-Monroe Forest, Martinsville, Mooresville, then on to Crown Hill Cemetery Heroes of Public Safety Section.