“Renegade” Riders Join Fall Joint Armed Forces Motorcycle Safety Rally in Fort Bliss
A rally recently held in Fort Bliss, Texas was part of the U.S. Army’s efforts to promote motorcycle safety to all active duty, Army Reserve Soldiers, and National Guard, in addition to retirees, family members, contract civilians, and the Department of Defense. The Fall Joint Armed Forces Motorcycle Safety rally had participants from the 1st Battalion, 362nd Air Defense Artillery, Task Force Renegade, 5th Armored Brigade, and Division West, with riders heading to White Sands Missile Range, NM, which was the halfway point for the ride.
The New Mexico stop gave riders the opportunity to get gas and something warm to drink to combat the cold temperatures before heading back to Fort Bliss.
The battalion’s motorcycle mentorship program is led by Master Sgt. Cody Thomas and Master Sgt. Randall Roland, the brigade’s motorcycle mentor. Battalion leaders made it a priority for all motorcycle riders to be present for the motorcycle safety rally. The “Renegade Battalion” leads the brigade with the highest percentage of motorcycle riders qualified with the proper motorcycle safety courses required by Army regulations.
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