Fallen Heros Wreath Program
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This program was started by the family of Philadelphia P/O John Pawlowski (EOW 2/13/2009) during the 2014 holiday season. They were inspired by the national Wreaths Across America program, and driven by the overwhelming amount of anti-police sentiment at the time. They were moved to reach out to the families of other fallen officers. They simply wanted the other families to know that their loved ones did not die in vain and that they were not going to be forgotten. That first years effort from fleeting thought to completion occurred within the course of 6 days, and only included 18 officers who were interned at the same cemetery as John.


The program has since expanded to include over 1000 Fallen Officers through out the country. Our teams visit sites in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Arizona, Kentucky, Alabama, Utah, South Dakota, Missouri, Alaska, New York State and North Carolina.
We hope to continue to grow to honor Fallen Officers nationwide.

Officer Brad Fox Memorial Ride
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On September 13, 2012 at 5:42pm Police Officer Brad Fox (Badge #178) was shot and killed while involved in a foot pursuit along the Schuylkill River Trail, near the intersection of Conshohocken and Ernest Station Roads.
He and other officers had been investigating an accident when the driver of a vehicle drove around traffic stopped at the scene, prompting the officers to pursue the vehicle. The vehicle, which was later determined to be stolen, struck another car before the driver fled on foot along the trail.
Officer Fox radioed for backup and began searching for the suspect with his K9, Nick. As they walked up a hill adjacent to railroad tracks, the suspect emerged from an ambush position and opened fire, killing Officer Fox and wounding K9 Nick. The subject then fatally shot himself in the chest twice. Investigation determined that the subject was on felony probation at the time, and was also the prime suspect in the disappearance of his fiancee in 1999.
Officer Fox was a U.S. Marine Corps combat veteran and had served with the Plymouth Township Police Department for five years. He is survived by his wife Lynsay, his daughter Kadence and his son Brad Jr. Officer Fox was killed on the eve of his 35th birthday.

Ride to Remember
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This club ride honors National Police Week and helps support the Fallen Heros Wreath Program.

This ride is entirely police escorted by both PA and NJ police for a no feet down experience.  The entire length of I 95 and the Ben Franklin bridge are closed down while dozens of motorcycles are escorted to the event. 

Once at the event visitors are greeted with live music from a band / DJ, food from Mission BBQ, vendors, and tours of the Battleship NJ all of which is included in the cost of the ride.

All proceeds from this event go to support the Fallen Hero's Wreath Program.  The money allows us to purchase the wreaths and supplies necessary to continue to honor our lost but never forgotten officers who were killed in the line of duty.  More info about the wreath program can be found on this page.

Back the Blue Rally
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This club ride recruits dozens of local MC clubs to show

support for our brothers and sisters in blue.

Each year we request all local clubs join us in a police

escorted ride throughout the Philadelphia region in a

display of solidarity towards all Law Enforcement

agencies and their dedicated employees.

Please join us to keep this tradition alive, current info

regarding this event will be posted in the Club Rides 

section of this website.

Poker Run
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Our clubs annual Poker Run gives you the opportunity to come out and meet the 6 local Law Enforcement clubs in our area.  You have the opportunity to meet and ride with some of the biggest and best LE clubs.

During the ride you will have the opportunity to visit each of the clubs clubhouses and explore where they conduct their business and what keeps them going and able to support so many wonderful causes.

As with most of our rides and events, the proceeds from this event go to support our many events and allow us to make numerous donations to local law enforcement.

Come out and lend your support!

Toys for Tots
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Our annual Toys for Tots ride was started as a way to help families and the children of poverty-stricken areas of the city of Philadelphia as well as those without parents.

This event has been taking place for the last 5 years and has changed venue a few times but has always focused on the Burholme area of Northeast Philadelphia.  In 2019 an additional group of mentally challenged children were also added to the event, to which the Hellraisers were happy to help make their holidays brighter.

The hard work and dedication put into this event and ride has been noticed by not only the participants of this event but also by the City of Philadelphia.