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A California Highway Patrol officer is dead and two others are wounded after a lengthy shootout Shooter was 49-year-old Aaron Luther, a member of the Vagos motorcycle gang who had an extensive criminal record.

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A California Highway Patrol officer is dead and two others are wounded after a lengthy shootout that began with a routine traffic stop.

Around 5:30 p.m. on Monday, 34-year-old CHP officer Andre Moye stopped the driver of a white pickup truck along a highway off-ramp in Riverside, California. For reasons still not released, Moye decided to impound the vehicle and was filling out paperwork when the man pulled out a rifle from his trunk and began shooting at the officer.

Despite being fatally wounded, Moye was able to return fire and call for backup. Three other CHP officers, three deputies from the Riverside Sheriff’s Office, and at least one Riverside Police officer quickly arrived and began to engage the man with gunfire.

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Ducati Revs Trackday Tour Series 2019

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Enjoy a day at the track during any of the eight Ducati Revs stops in 2019.
Enjoy a day at the track during any of the eight Ducati Revs stops in 2019. (Ducati/)

Ducati Revs is a track event series that provides participants the chance to receive instruction from professional riding coaches. You also get to demo new Ducati motorcycles on a track, so if you've been itching to try a Panigale V4 or the Hypermotard 950, this would be a great chance.

This year’s professional instructors include Jake Zemke, Jason DiSalvo, Roger Lee Hayden, Eric Bostrom, and Corey Alexander. Below are the specific dates and locations of the events followed by the participating dealers, who you’ll contact in order to register a spot.

You’ll get professional instruction and the chance to demo new Ducati motorcycles.
You’ll get professional instruction and the chance to demo new Ducati motorcycles. (Ducati/)

August 11–12 Ducati Revs Northeast New York Safety Track (Jefferson, NY)
Roger Lee Hayden
Corey Alexander
August 18 Ducati Revs Canada Area 27 (Oliver, BC)
Jake Zemke
September 2–3 Ducati Revs Mid-Atlantic Virginia International Raceway (Alton, VA)
Jake Zemke
September 16 Ducati Revs Northwest The Ridge Motorsports Park (Shelton, WA)
Jake Zemke
September 20 Ducati Revs California Auto Club Speedway (Fontana, CA)
Eric Bostrom
September 23 Ducati Revs Midwest Grattan Raceway (Belding, MI)
Jason DiSalvo Read more
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