Frequently Asked Questions
Who can be a Police Unity Tour Member?
UK PUT may choose to accept an immediate survivor of a police officer killed in the line of duty to participate as a rider if they meet all other criteria. Support team members may be non-police personnel and are typically police staff, family or trusted friends.
No one who is under suspension (with or without pay), under criminal investigation or subject to any other disciplinary procedures may participate.
All applicants MUST abide by the Police Code of Conduct and Regulations, the policies and rules of the UK Police Unity Tour.
What are the dates of the Ride?
Care of Police Survivors have announced that their 2020 Memorial Service will take place at the National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire on Sunday 26th 2020.
Therefore the UK Police Unity Tour, now in its eighth year, will start on the Friday, 24th July 2020 and arrive to coincide with the memorial service on the Sunday.
How much does it cost to participate?
Each member, whether a participating rider or support staff, must pay £150 to register. This is a non-refundable deposit paid at the time of completing the online booking.
In addition, each rider commits to raise a minimum of £400 sponsorship for Care of Police Survivors.
Where does my registration fee go?
What equipment do I need to participate?
A BSI (Kite Mark) certified helmet which must be worn at all times whilst riding
Suitable gloves and glasses, if preferred
Black cycling shorts for uniformity.
How far is the route?
The route will normally consist of around 180 miles, the majority of which will be completed on the Friday and Saturday of the Police Unity Tour.