The Military Police National Motorcycle Relay

Join in on the excitement as the Military Police National Motorcycle Relay (MPNMR) makes a stop in Edmonton on August 2nd!

The MPNMR is the world’s longest annual motorcycle relay and serves as a fundraiser which has raised more than $600,000 on behalf of the Military Police Fund for Blind Children and other charities since its inception in 2009.

From coast to coast, the Relay passes entirely through all ten Canadian provinces, with stops at Canadian Forces (CF) establishments along way. The Relay does not simply follow the Trans-Canada Highway, instead visiting CF Bases, points of interest, and enjoyable motorcycle routes, along with a special trip through Southern Ontario to recognize our fallen CF members by retracing the Highway of Heroes between Toronto and Trenton.

This year the National Riders will dip their tires in the Pacific ocean, depart by Mile 0 in Victoria, BC and proceed to Newfoundland hey will dip their tires again, this time in the Atlantic Ocean, and end the ride at Mile 0 in St. John’s NL.

For more information, check out their website!