Hundreds of motorcyclists will converge on Canberra on Saturday as part of an annual charity event commemorating the service and sacrifice of fallen Australian police officers.
The Wall to Wall Remembrance Ride raises funds in support of families of police officers who have died. It also promotes motorcycle safety.
The ride is held in various locations across the country and all motorcyclists will arrive in Canberra on Saturday to meet at the National Police Memorial at 2pm.
Canberra riders participated in a ceremony at 9am on Saturday at Kings Park, before riders headed off to meet their NSW counterparts at Goulburn.
The state groups meet at the NSW Police Academy in Goulburn, before the entire contingent makes its way back down the Federal Highway to Exhibition Park in Canberra.
From there, the group travels down Northbourne Avenue to the National Police Memorial near the Carillon.
Riders from other states start at their jurisdictions' dedicated place of remembrance and reflection and make their way to the national capital.
NSW Police Force Acting Commissioner Worboys said the ride was a special commemorative event, developed by mates to honour fallen officers.
"Wall to Wall is a wonderful commemorative event and displays a great sense of camaraderie, mateship and pride among officers and the wider policing family," Mr Worboys said.
"Today's ride will begin at various locations across the country - each location a sacred place of remembrance for police - where we collect a baton to deliver to the National Police Memorial."
Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott said the families and friends of emergency service personnel knew the meaning of sacrifice all too well.
"Police officers attend violent and dangerous calls for assistance each and every day, not knowing what to expect but ready to do their job and protect the community," Mr Elliott said.
"The Wall to Wall ride is one way we as a community and an organisation, remember those police officers who have tragically lost their lives while serving on the force.
"This year, we are sadly adding one more name to the Wall of Remembrance - another young constable lost while performing his duties and we thank [Constable Timothy Proctor from Liverpool City Police Area Command] and his family for his dedication and service," Minister Elliott said.