The Law Enforcement Benefit Ride was started in honor of Ricky Parisian after his death, by his friends and colleagues. The memorial ride began with a small group of riders that proved its purpose, to provide an outlet for riders to participate and show their support for the law enforcement community. The ride continued in an annual fashion and grew in popularity. After several years the committee added a Harley-Davidson raffle and increased, not only the number of participants, but also the amount of the yearly donation made to The Ricky J Parisian Memorial Scholarship Foundation. The ride was always well attended with a peak attendance of over 300 motorcycles and participants. The raffle was limited to 2000 tickets sold and did sell out several times. Overall, the Law Ride, as it was known, was responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars being donated to the Parisian Foundation. So it is with both an excited and sad heart that the committee of the Law Enforcement Benefit Ride announces that after 20 years of a very successful event we will no longer be coordinating this annual event. We can not begin to thank everyone that has been involved and contributed to the overwhelming outcome that became the Law Ride. 

So please accept our humble heartfelt THANK YOU.