Community Involvement

LAC staff welcomes motorcyclists during charity run

Long line of motorcycles with riders.
Over 200 riders jumped on their Harley Davidson motorcycles as part of a charity run benefiting fallen heroes and their families. Part of their 50-mile trip took them to CSP-Los Angeles County and the CHP Antelope Valley Unit.

High Desert Fallen Heroes Poker Run benefits law enforcement

By Lt. Karla Graves

Man wearing helmet sits on a red motorcycle.
Chief Deputy Warden Don Ulstad proudly displayed his own Harley when the 200 Fallen Heroes motorcycle riders stopped at CSP-LAC.

CSP-Los Angeles County (LAC) welcomed over 200 riders during a quick stop at the institution as part of their 50-mile ride supporting fallen heroes and their families.

There was thunder on the pavement when engines revved as the riders made their way to LAC.

After the prison stop, the riders headed to the California Highway Patrol’s Antelope Valley Unit.

As LAC staff greeted the riders, Chief Deputy Warden Don Ulstad displayed his own Harley Davidson.

According to event organizers, “all proceeds support the Los Angeles County Sheriffs, California Highway Patrol, California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation, Los Angeles County Fire Department, US Forest Service and families.”

Antelope Valley Harley Davidson puts on the annual ride.