• Warrant Officer Willis Allen, 73rd Transportation Company, 10th Trans. Battalion, 7th Sustainment Brigade, registers for the Motorcycle Rodeo and Ride Friday at the Fort Eustis Motorcycle Training Area on Wilson Avenue. The event was hosted by the Eustis Army Traffic Safety Training Program in observance of Installation Safety Day. The day began with a safety brief from Regimental Command Sgt. Major Dwayne Perry followed by the motorcycle rodeo consisting of events such as a low-speed race, a weaving race and the Roadkill Pick-up. After the rodeo, the group then took off on a 60-mile poker run, hosted by the Eustis Road Soldiers Motorcycle Club. The ride consisted of five stops at Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream at Yorktown Beach followed by stops in Gloucester at The Wild Rabbit Cafe, the Belroi Market, Big Daddy's Cycles and a return to post.

    Fort Eustis riders make a run for safety

    Warrant Officer Willis Allen, 73rd Transportation Company, 10th Trans. Battalion, 7th Sustainment Brigade, registers for the Motorcycle Rodeo and Ride Friday at the Fort Eustis Motorcycle Training Area on Wilson Avenue. The event was hosted by the...

  • Riders line up to receive their first playing card at Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream at Yorktown Beach, the first stop on the poker run.

    Fort Eustis riders make a run for safety

    Riders line up to receive their first playing card at Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream at Yorktown Beach, the first stop on the poker run.

  • Riders prepare to depart on the 60-mile poker run. More than 50 riders on 42 motorcyles registered and participated in the day-long event.

    Fort Eustis riders make a run for safety

    Riders prepare to depart on the 60-mile poker run. More than 50 riders on 42 motorcyles registered and participated in the day-long event.

  • Most pairs of riders consist of a man and a woman, but Sgt. 1st Class Ivan Alvira and Sgt. Michael Garcia, both of the 202nd Military Police Co., 71st Trans. Bn., broke with convention and scooped up the prize for the most remains collected in the shortest amount of time in the Roadkill Pick-up event.

    Fort Eustis riders make a run for safety

    Most pairs of riders consist of a man and a woman, but Sgt. 1st Class Ivan Alvira and Sgt. Michael Garcia, both of the 202nd Military Police Co., 71st Trans. Bn., broke with convention and scooped up the prize for the most remains collected in the...

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