Chino PD Receives Grant for

"Ride to Live" Program

The Chino Police Department received grant funding from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) to promote motorcycle safety awareness with free, hands-on rider training led by local law enforcement.

The $26,000 grant will pay for a series of free motorcycle safety classes that allow riders to practice braking, turning, steering, entering traffic, and other skills that help avoid crashes and improve rider safety on the road.

“The Ride to Live program will allow us to make a real difference in our community by providing high-quality motorcycle safety education and training to riders,” Chino Police Traffic Sgt. Scott Trosper said. “We believe education is the key to preventing crashes and creating safer roads for drivers, passengers, bicyclists, and pedestrians.” 

The motorcycle training program will run through September 2024.

Classes will be posted on social media platforms with a link for free registration. 

Funding for this program is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.



Sergeant Scott Trosper, [email protected] (909) 334-3153

Sergeant Frank Acuña, [email protected] (909) 334-3016

PRESS CONTACT: Vivian Castro

PHONE NUMBER: (909) 334-3307