Ride for the Fallen 7 – STATE OFFICIALS WORK CLOSELY WITH MEMORIAL RIDE ORGANIZERS TO ENSURE SAFETY
The State Emergency Operations Center is activated in support of the Ride 4 Fallen 7. Report emergencies and suspicious activity to 9-1-1.
Hundreds of motorcycles participating in the Ride for the Fallen 7 on 7.06.2019 travel through New hampshire roads during ride in memory of 7 motorcyclists killed in a head on collision June 21st in Randolph, NH.
NH Dept of safety reports – CONCORD, N.H. – State safety officials met today with the organizers of the Randolph memorial ride
and state and local partners to coordinate the memorial ride taking place Saturday.
“Public safety is our top priority,” State Police Colonel Christopher Wagner said. “We’re working in
close collaboration with the ride organizers and state and local safety officials to help ensure the memorial
ride is safe and successful. It’s incredibly important that travelers do their part by remembering to obey
the rules of the road and share the road with riders.”
From NH State Police:
Safety Message: Safety is paramount and we are pleased with the collaboration that has gone into this significant undertaking to ensure this event is safe and successful. Remember to slow down, have patience on the roadway, be appreciative of one another, share the roadway, obey the rules at all times and be aware of what is around you at all times.
From NH Department of Transportation:
Travel Advisory: Hundreds of motorcycles will be participating in the Ride for the Fallen 7 on Saturday, July 6th from noon to 3 pm. Traffic will be impacted as the riders leave the Broken Spoke in Laconia on the ride to the memorial service in Randolph, NH. Several local Laconia roads, and Route 104 westbound, and Route 93 northbound will see a significant, temporary increase in motorcycle traffic and motorists should expect delays, and seek alternate routes if possible. Those who plan to travel along the route are encouraged to arrive at their destinations before 10:00 AM on Saturday to avoid longer than usual traffic delays. Travelers in the area of Jefferson, Randolph and Gorham should expect delays between 3:00 PM and 5:00 PM.