The Carson City Sheriff’s Office 19th Annual Motor Officer Training Challenge is back. This year’s event will be held on September 8, 9, and 10, 2022. The training event will be held at Mills Park. The event is open to current certified motor officers. Motor officers will be training, riding and discussing riding techniques with various motor instructors. This training event is designed to help motor officers enhance their riding skills through challenging skill patterns with camaraderie and some competition.

Bring your family, bring your bike and have fun. 
The Little Rider Foundation will be setting up a course for Strider Riders as a fun even for kids. 

Vendors will include:
PVP Communications
Carson Motor Sports CMS 
Moto Lights 
Artisan by Liz -wooden flags 
Paige’s Creative Expressions- Handmade cups and pens 

September 8: Riders will meet at Mills Park in Oxoby Loop starting at 0800 hours. Traditionally this is a travel day, however the course will be open for practice. Trainers will be on site for low key instruction.

September 9: Practice will continue in Oxoby Loop with Trainers on site for one on one help. An award BBQ for the riders, families and volunteers will be held at the Marv Teixeira Pavillion 1111 E William St, beginning at 1800 hours. After lunch riders will get a time qualifying run to determine rider class and starting position.

September 10: Training and competitiveness continues with events starting at 0800 hours and running into the afternoon. Officers will compete in timed runs on the main course.

The Carson City Motor Unit competition is open to all advanced riding competitors. Those wanting to participate must assume all risks attendant to such activities, to include motor vehicle accidents on public streets and/or on private property as well as any and all damage to equipment, either personal, municipal, or third party owned. You can sign up at 

Those interested but not sure can meet the Motor Unit on September 8th at Mills Park, sign the waiver and riders will have an opportunity to test the course to determine if they want to participate in the challenge. 

The event will also be open to advanced civilian riders please contact Michael Jerauld with any questions (775) 887-2020 Ext. 45617.