25 officers from Saskatchewan will take part in Saskatchewan’s first-annual Ride to Remember Friday morning.
The 1st-annual cycling event brings awareness to the Saskatchewan Police and Peace Officer Memorial, which is always held the last Sunday in September.
Sergeant Patrick Barbar with the Saskatoon Police Service says the 300 kilometre journey will take about 2 days.
Officers will be cycling to Regina with a stop-over Friday night in the Watrous area.
If you see them on the road, Barbar says, they would welcome a wave a horn honk in support.
They will be on Highway 11 on a Rider game day so it’s expected there will be a fair amount of traffic.
The Honour Roll has 71 names on it and nationally there are over 860 names on the Police Memorial Wall in Ottawa.
The memorial is Sunday morning in front of the Legislative building.
(With files from CJWW)