Hundreds of motorcycles, ridden by both Airmen and civilians, poured out of the base on June 16, to remind drivers to keep an eye out for them.
The seventh annual “See Me, Save Me” ride began with Airmen riders at the Hill Motorcycle Safety Training Range near the South Gate. The group headed out to meet with civilian riders at the Roy Gate.
Riders took a circular route around the base through communities before returning to the Hill Aerospace Museum.
“The purpose of the ride is to motivate motorists to take a second look, specifically for motorcyclists and smaller traffic, and to share the road with the smaller traffic including bicyclists and pedestrians,” Allan Woods, Hill AFB’s motorcycle safety program manager, said. “In the past, the ride has been very popular, and we welcome all riders to join our campaign. There is great strength in numbers.”