Purpose and Mission
The Arizona Precision Motorcycle Drill Team was established in 1985 with the purpose of presenting to the public a positive image of motorcycling and motorcycle safety, and to make friends for fun and enjoyment. The team accomplishes these goals through participation in competition and performances, demonstrating safe motorcycling by example and education, and by being active participants in the motorcycling community. The Team incorporated in 1989 as a non-profit organization.
The Arizona Precision Motorcycle Drill Team has been competing Nationally since 1986. Our record of four National Titles and one International Championship points out the level of commitment and dedication to excellence displayed by both past and present members, and is a hallmark of the Team.
Performances, Parades, and Training
The Arizona Precision Motorcycle Drill Team performs at various local, regional, state and national venues. The Team is active in supporting local motorcycling organizations as well as the entire Motorcycling community. Each year the Team holds three Skill Enhancement Programs, each consisting of six, two hour sessions, and one all day Skill Enhancement Session. Our Skill Enhancement is open to all riders and all motorcycles, and provides a basis for safe, skillful riding. The Team is also active with the Governor's Office of Highway Safety in an effort to promote motorcycle safety in all aspects.
Membership on the team is open to any motorcyclist riding a machine suitable for performance routines and maneuvers - usually a larger, "full-dress" motorcycle. Prospective members must be sponsored by an existing member in good standing. Prospective members must demonstrate the desire and dedication required to properly support the stated goals and objectives of the Team.
The Team practices every Monday evening at the Greyhound Park, 38th St and Washington. We welcome you to come down, see what the Team is all about, and join us in a lot of fun and hard work. We start at 6:30PM sharp so arrive a little early to meet and talk with the members. (Click Here to view a map)