The Front Line Tourers Motorcycle Club was formed in May 1993 by a number of Victoria Police Officers and Metropolitan Fire Fighters, and was formed to cater for the unique demands of their shiftwork.  The Club was soon expanded to include Ambulance Officers, ex- police and emergency services members as well as members of aligned services (Corrections officers, CFA members etc) and we currently have more than 120 members.
We ride about every 6th Friday throughout the year, with these rides varying from 250 km to 450 km (the average ride is about 350 km). Also, throughout the year we regularly run leisurely Sunday rides and twilight rides; these rides being between 100 and 150 km ending up at a pub for a meal. We also run a couple of overnight rides every year, with our primary annual trip away ('Pollieville' - named after the ride's first destination of Canberra) taking in some of the best motorcycling and social action you could hope for.
We welcome friends and families along on any of the rides, but full membership is only open to police & emergency services members.
Our club is based around a simple philosophy of running safe rides on days that suit shift workers (i.e. other than weekends!).
With an emphasis on safety – as you’d expect – the rides are relaxed and are about like-minded police and emergency services workers getting together to go riding. The club revolves around a love of riding, and is all about the rides, the people, the friendships and safe motorcycling.
It doesn't matter what sort of bike you ride: a Harley or a Honda, a 250 or a 1400 rocket, a dual sport or a sports bike, if you’re into bikes then come riding with us!
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