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SAPOL's Senior Sergeant Terence Boylan says congraulations to the 126 riders in Loxton yesterday

The 2019 Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance crossed the Murraylands from Adelaide yesterday, stopping in Murray Bridge, Karoonda and Loxton for Lunch. SAPOL's Senior Sergeant Terence Boylan was on hand in Loxton to meet over 126 riders who stopped for lunch before heading on to Mildura.

The Wall to Wall for Remembrance is run in September each year in the lead up to 'National Police Remembrance Day' which falls on Saturday September 14 this year, the day is to remember and honour fallen colleagues and to raise funds for police-related charities and to promote safe and lawful motorcycling.

Groups of riders departed from every capital city this morning on their own journey before all meeting up in Canberra, to then ride as one group, to the National Police Memorial for a ceremony honouring our fallen.

Its estimated that between 2,500 and 3,000 rides will ride in Canberra this Saturday.

2019 Ride route for South Australia

Tuesday 10th Sept         – Adelaide Oval to Mildura via Murray Bridge.
Wednesday 11th Sept    – Mildura to Shepparton
Thursday 12th Sept        – Shepparton to Corowa via Wagga Wagga
Friday 13th Sept             – Corowa to Queanbeyan
Saturday 14th Sept         – National Ride from EPIC to National Police Memorial
Sunday 15th Sept           – Queanbeyan to Corowa via Jingelic
Monday 16th Sept          – headed home.

The day was not possible without the Loxton Chamber of Commence and the Rotary Club of Loxton.

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Photo: Early riders arriving in Loxton (5RM)