NH Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

New Hampshire Law Enforcement Officer Appreciation Day

Saturday, June 25th, at Concord’s Community College, NHTI.

The Criminal Justice Club and the Nam Knights of America MC, Granite State Chapter, are sponsoring a motorcycle ride fundraiser for the NH Law Enforcement Officers Memorial on this day. In addition, we will host a day of appreciation for all NH officers.

We are putting together a cookout and inviting all NH officers and their family members to join us at our campus to relax and enjoy some good food. We will have burgers, hot dogs, drinks, and we hope pizza for our guests.

When:

Saturday June 25th—Rain Date, the 26th

Join the Criminal Justice Club and the Nam Knights of America MC, Granite State Chapter,  as well as your friends and neighbors, to show appreciation for the many, many things members of Law Enforcement do for us all, day-in and day-out.

  • Registration: None Required (see below)
  • Food: Pizza, Hot dogs, burgers
  • Cookout: Approx. 11:00 AM
  • Location: NHTI Campus, 31 College Dr.

Where:

Ride Begins and Ends at NHTI

The 100 mile ride starts and ends at the NHTI campus, 31 College Drive, Concord, NH, with a stop after approximately 50 miles for a fuel up prior to returning to campus for a cookout.

For this year’s ride, we will be heading north up Route 3 to Route 3A to Route 104.  We will then head east to the American Motorcycle Museum at 194 Daniel Webster Highway in Meredith, NH.  There will be about a 30-minute break for water, fuel up and a brief opportunity to tour the museum. The return ride will be along Route 106 (south) to Interstate 393 in Concord, returning back to NHTI.

Past rides have included the seacoast, Lake Winnipesaukee (Moltonborough), and just about anywhere within a 45-60 mile radius of Concord.

The NHTI Criminal Justice Club, and
the Nam Knights of America Motorcycle Club

NHTI professor Steve O’Donnell is the adviser to the Criminal Justice Club and, along with his students, have organized this event since its inception more than 7 years ago. The Criminal Justice Club members volunteer their time to help organize, plan and execute this annual event.

The Nam Knights of America Motorcycle Club (Granite State Chapter) also help to sponsor this event alongside the NHTI Criminal Justice Club.

Reserve Your Spot

There is a $25.00 Registration fee per bike, which will be donated to the New Hampshire Law Enforcement Memorial and no additional cost for a passenger. We will have t-shirts available at the ride. Short sleeve shirts are $5 & $10 and long sleeve shirts will be $15.00. T-shirt sales helps pay for food & beverage..
Email Professor O’Donnell.

Register—Online, Telephone or Email


This amazing event is open to anyone. Registration is not mandatory and no payment is made until the day of the event. By registering with us you’re actually doing us both a favor; we have the ability to estimate final head-count to ensure there’s enough to eat for everyone involved, and you benefit by being placed on the NHLEOMA Motorcycle Ride contact list. We only send 1-2 emails per year, usually a save-the-date announcement and a follow-up closer to the event with additional information, route details, any special considerations, etc. Win-win, right?

By Phone or Email:

Event organizer and NHTI Professor, Stephen O’Donnell may be contacted via telephone and/or email (below) to register. While this event is open to any and all whom wish to participate, no registration required, we do ask you to provide your information, along with the total number of individuals in your party, so that we have a number to plan food and beverages around.

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