South Los Angeles Station “10-33” Motorcycle Benefit Ride
South Los Angeles Station formerly known as Lennox Station is situated approximately 10 miles south of downtown Los Angeles in south central. We serve the unincorporated Los Angeles areas of Athens, Del Aire, El Camino Village, Lennox, Westmont, and Wiseburn as well as the contract City of Lawndale.
"10-33" Request Emergency Clearance: a law enforcement radio code used when an emergent situation arises, such as, a deputy involved in a fight, a deputy involved in a shooting, or a deputy down.
“The Mission of the South Los Angeles Station "10-33" Benefit Ride Fund is to provide assistance to the families of peace officers and fire fighters, who have been killed or seriously injured in the line of duty, or who have a life threatening or incapacitating illness.”
Formerly known as the Lennox "10-33" Benefit Ride, the ride was created in 2003 by Lennox deputies to assist the families of peace officers and firefighters who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Over the years, the name has changed and the scope has evolved to include serious injuries, life threatening or incapacitating illnesses. To date, both the Lennox "10-33" and South Los Angeles "10-33" funds have helped over 30 families during their time of need. Additionally, the South Los Angeles "10-33" fund has contributed to the Wounded Warrior Project to support post-9/11 veterans and scholarship programs for youth. The ride further builds camaraderie among participants and brings awareness to the community about law enforcement and firefighting benevolence.
Our goal is to continue the Lennox/South Los Angeles “Tradition” in helping those who put their lives on the line.
We thank you for your continued support and hope to see everyone throughout the years to come.
A portion of the proceeds from this charity event will also go towards benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project. Thank you to the men and women of the United States Armed Military Forces for your service to our country.