VCSO Charity Committee

BRDD – Motorcycle Skills Challenge


Motor officers from all over the country battled it out for top prizes and bragging rights for the title “Daytona Boss”

Sheriff Chitwood, members of the VCSO Charity Committee, and several sponsors present a check to Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches President Bill Frye and Donor Relations Officer Debi Girard for $45,000.

Sheriff Chitwood, members of the VCSO Charity Committee, and several sponsors present a check to Volusia Sheriff’s Youth Foundation Executive Director, Carla Quann, for $10,000.

Registrant Count

Registration is limited to the first 100 riders

2018 TM-15 M-4 Rifle Raffle Winners:

Competitor Rifle - Ronald Jankowski

Public Rifle - Jimmy Stone


The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office Charity Committee, Inc., in partnership with Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona, is hosting the 5th Annual Motorcycle Skills Challenge October 30th through November 2nd, 2019. Our goal is to bring motorcycle law enforcement officers, both local and abroad, together to train and become more proficient in the safe operation of their duty motorcycle. This event also affords participants an opportunity to both network and share information relevant to the training process as well as any emerging trends or technologies. Certified police motorcycle instructors will be on site to help facilitate this process. This event’s goal is to raise money for two charities: the Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranch and the Volusia Sheriff’s Youth Foundation. The Mission of the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches is to prevent delinquency and develop strong, lawful, resilient, and productive citizens who will make a positive contribution to our communities through various residential care and community services to at-risk youth. The Volusia Sheriff’s Youth Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit created in 1995 to support the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office and their efforts to inspire and empower the youth in our community.