Cops Cycling for Survivors will be hosting its 23rd annual bicycle tour across Indiana this July.

Cycling Almost 1,000 Miles Across Indiana

Cops Cycling for Survivors will cover nearly 1,000 miles over 13 days on two wheels in honor of law enforcement officers who have fallen in the line of duty, as well as to honor their survivors.

Honoring Indiana Officers Who Have Died in the Line of Duty


Cops Cycling for Survivors honors Indiana officers that have been recognized by state and federal officials as having died in the line of duty. Seven officers will be recognized as line of duty deaths in 2023. In addition to memorializing those who have fallen, the organization also raises money to provide financial support for survivors, including line of duty death benefits for those who are primary survivors. Additionally, the money from the ride also funds scholarships, camps, and other support for survivors.

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Cops Cycling for Survivors First Began in 2002

Cops Cycling for Survivors began more than 20 years ago in 2002 with a ride to Washington, D.C. Now, cyclists ride across Indiana to meet with the survivors of officers who have fallen, in an effort to support them as they continue to grieve the loss of those they love. During the tour, the group reads a memorial for each of the more than 450 Indiana officers who have fallen in the line of duty.

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Contacting Cops Cycling for Survivors

Survivors of fallen officers, and those interested in participating as a cyclist are encouraged to get in contact with Cops Cycling for Survivors. Written communications may be mailed to PO Box 597, Ellettsville, IN 47429. Survivors may also call 812-727-0725, or email

Dates and Routes for 2024 Cops Cycling for Survivors

Beginning July 8th in Indianapolis, Cops Cycling for Survivors will travel nearly 1,000 miles across the Hoosier State. Below are the dates and routes of travel for the trek.

  • July 8 – Indianapolis to Richmond
  • July 9 – Richmond to Bluffton
  • July 10 – Bluffton to Angola
  • July 11 – Angola to South Bend
  • July 12 – South Bend to Merrillville
  • July 13 – Merrillville to Kentland
  • July 14 – Kentland to Terre Haute
  • July 15 – Terre Haute to Evansville
  • July 16 – Evansville to Tell City
  • July 17 – Tell City to Jeffersonville
  • July 18 – Jeffersonville to Madison
  • July 19 - Madison to Columbus
  • July 20 – Columbus to Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis

The public is encouraged to line the routes and show their support of the cyclists, law enforcement officers, and survivors "in whatever meaningful manners may arise."

Learn More About Cops Cycling for Survivors

Cops Cycling for Survivors is a registered 501 c 3 organization so you donations are tax deductible. To learn more, and to make a donation to the organization, visit

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