The Brian Dulle Memorial ride reached a milestone in 2017 having raised over $100,000 in proceeds since the ride's inception seven years ago. Thanks to your continued participation through the years, you have helped us to raise over $100,00 since the ride started in 2011. Your continued participation year after year continues to help make a difference in many people's lives. The ride incurs no administrative fees as 100% of the proceeds support the Brian Dulle Scholarship Fund, The Mourning Stripe, and Maddie's Hope.

The date for the 2019 Dulle Memorial Ride, “Making A difference” has not been confirmed. Please check back on a regular basis for further updates!

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RIDE HISTORY

On May 10, 2011, Sergeant Brian Dulle was struck and killed by a suspect's vehicle while deploying stop-sticks at the intersection of US 42 and Utica Road in Lebanon, OH. The pursuit was initiated by the Franklin Police Department. The suspect ran a cruiser off the road on US 42 prior to striking Sergeant Dulle. After striking the officer, the suspect fled the scene on foot but was later arrested. Sergeant Dulle's killer was convicted of murder and several other charges in October 2011 and was sentenced to 25 years in prison. Speeds in the chase through Franklin, Springboro and Waynesville exceeded 100 mph and there were skid marks at the crash site that stretched for 65 feet.

Sergeant Dulle was a US Army veteran who had served with the Warren County Sheriff's Office for 12 years and was promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2005. He was a graduate of Edgewood High School and Miami University. With the assistance of the staff at Butler Tech, the “Brian Dulle Memorial Award” was established in his memory to recognize outstanding Police Cadets at Butler Tech Peace Officer Academy where Brian was a 1998 graduate. He is survived by his wife, three children, his parents, and two siblings.

In 2011, shortly after Sgt Dulle's death, Richard “Gunny” Diefendorfer approached Powder Keg Harley-Davidson about doing a memorial ride in Brian's memory. The dealership asked Frank Fuller, HOG Chapter director at the time to help out. It was decided it would be best for the chapter to take the lead, and Frank has been ride coordinator from the beginning. The Iron Shields were asked to be a co-sponsor in 2013. Corey Herren has served as the Iron Shield ride coordinator.

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SPONSORING

Please join the Iron Shields LE MC and Powder Keg HOG Chapter 2713 in honoring fallen law enforcement officer, Warren County Sheriff, Sergeant Brian Dulle, killed in the line of duty on 5/10/11. To honor this fallen hero, the Iron Shields and Powder Keg HOG Chapter 2713 have organized a charity motorcycle ride on Saturday, July 21st at Powder Keg Harley-Davidson, located in Mason, Ohio. We’re asking the community to show their support for fallen law enforcement officers and Maddie’s Hope fight against childhood cancer, by making a monetary or merchandise contribution. All contributions will go to support the Brian Dulle Scholarship Fund, The Mourning Stripe’s support of fallen officer’s families, and Maddie’s Hope fight against childhood cancer.

Sponsorship Levels

**Donations and logo’s (in following formats; anything vector, Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw) must be received by 1 Jul 2015 to appear on the banner. **

Tax deductible donations can be made payable to the “Iron Shields LE MC”, Tax ID 45-3997521 and sent to:

The Brian Dulle Memorial Ride
PO Box 355
Mt. Orab, OH 45154

Please don’t pass up this opportunity to say thank you to family’s like Deputy Sheriff Brian Dulle’s, whose husband/father gave his life to protect all.

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VOLUNTEERING

When organizing an event like the Dulle Memorial Ride, there is no such thing as too many volunteers. As the ride grows, our need for volunteers grows along with it. This year we will be recruiting approximately 100 volunteers. There are a variety of jobs...something for everyone! We need folks for all of the following positions:

Check back -- volunteer signups will be available soon!

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WHO BENEFITS
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