The 4th Annual COTPMCO takes place March 1-4, 2017.
75% of funds raised by the 4th Annual Capital of Texas Police Motorcycle Chute Out (COTPMCO) will benefit the Sunshine Kids Foundation, our headlining beneficiary The Sunshine Kids Foundation. The Sunshine Kids Foundation has been involved in COTPMCO since 2015 and we are honored to work with them again to make a small difference in the lives of children with cancer. The remaining 25% will be awarded to the Greater Austin Crime Commission to benefit the Hays County Explorers and the Austin Police Explorers.
COTPMCO is a combined effort between nine local Law Enforcement Agencies, each one plays an important role in overall organization and success of the annual event.
Board Members include;
PRESIDENT - Timothy Williams – Travis County Sheriff’s Office
VICE PRESIDENT - Chris Frierson – Austin Police Department
SECRETARY / TREASURER - Tiffany Curnutt – Travis County Sheriff’s Office
Bo Kidd – Buda Police Department
Daniel Duggins – Hays County Sheriff’s Office
Jeff Barnett – Kyle Police Department
Slade Fisher –Lakeway Police Department
Justin Davis –Round Rock Police Department
Tom Carpenter – Travis County Sheriff’s Office
Michael Baxter – Williamson County Sheriff’s Office
Attention Motor Cops: Our event features open courses to accommodate Goldwing and Victory motorcycles. We welcome and encourage beginner riders; if you haven't ever competed and are interested in getting involved, this is the rodeo for you! We also invite your family members to participate and have meals with you in the competitor area and in the evenings. Each competitor will receive a wristband and one complimentary guest wristband to attend all meals (excluding the banquet) each day at the track. Additional banquet tickets may be purchased for $25.00 each, children under 6 yrs. old are complimentary but must obtain a “children’s banquet ticket” (limited quantities).
Attention Retired Motor Cops: You are invited to compete at the Novice or Expert level; see Event Rules for specific information regarding motorcycle requirements.
Registration is $100 per rider: includes all meals for four days, drinks for the duration of the event, one banquet ticket, 20 hours of TCOLE credit for TX law enforcement agencies, a welcome bag, a t-shirt and a rider gift.
*For out of state agencies, if you are the FIRST agency/team from your state AND a new state to compete at the event, the "Jus' Get Here" Promotion is available. The promotion waives your registration fee and cover your hotel room (Wednesday - Sunday; up to two rooms, double occupancy). Offer excludes: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Utah, and Canada. Must be registered by January 31, 2017 to qualify. For additional information on this opportunity, please contact Tiffany Curnutt at 512.854.5243.
PLEASE NOTE: Each agency will be allowed to park ONE command post OR personal RV on the outer edge of the Competition & Practice Tracks beginning on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at noon. There are no RV hook ups in this location but there is space for your trailer with a 10x10 or 10x12 pop up tent and chairs directly in front of your trailer for the duration. Once a trailer or RV is placed on Tuesday/Wednesday you will not have the ability to move it until immediately following the completion of events on Saturday, March 4. No flatbed trailers will be allowed around the track this year. A pop up tent or enclosed trailer with chairs is highly recommended for each agency. There will be no vehicles allowed in or out of the area during the event. Motorcycle trailer / vehicle parking will be available to the north of Cabela’s.
Sponsorship Packages & Exhibitor Information
Exhibitors receive a 10'x10' booth space (first come-first served) and are responsible for their own tent, table and chairs. Depending on sponsorship level, all exhibitors will be invited to join the competitors for breakfast, lunch and evening events.
Accomodations - Room Rates Valid February 28-March 5, 2017
- Microtel Inn & Suites – located at 1285 Cabela’s Drive in Buda (walking distance from Cabela’s)
Call to make reservations (512) 295.5444; Rates: Tuesday through Thursday - $92.00/night & Friday through Sunday - $97.00/night
Group Code: COTPMCO17 / Rates valid through Feb 14, 2017
- Hampton Inn & Suites – located at 1201 Cabela’s Drive in Buda (walking distance from Cabela’s)
Call to make reservations (512) 295.4900; Rates: Double Queen Standard - $117.00 / night & Single King Standard - $112.00/ night. Group Reference ID: TX Chute Out Room Block / Rates valid through Jan 28, 2017. Any reservations canceled after Feb 1, 2017 or no-show reservations will be charged 1 night plus tax. *Note: Any guest staying at the Hampton Inn & Suites is invited to attend the “Friday Nights Lights” Manager’s Reception to enjoy light snacks and refreshing drinks.
- Comfort Suites Buda - located at 15295 South IH 35 in Buda (about 1 mile from Cabela’s)
Call to make reservations (512)295.8600. Rates: Double Queen Standard - $107.00 / night & Single King Standard - $102.00/ night. Group Reference ID: TX Chute Out Room Block / Rates valid through Jan 28, 2017. Any reservations canceled after Feb 1, 2017 or no-show reservations will be charged 1 night plus tax.
*Note: Any guest staying at the Comfort Suites is invited to attend the “Friday Nights Lights” Manager’s Reception to enjoy light snacks and refreshing drinks.
- Crestview RV – located at 15700 IH35, Buda (exit 220 directly across the street from Cabela’s)
Call to make reservations (512) 282.3516, ask for Mike. Reservations can be made starting in January through the start of the event. RV parking 0nly.
In 2014, the Travis County Sheriff’s office, along with partnering agencies from Williamson, Travis and Hays Counties, hosted the inaugural COTPMCO in Buda, TX. The event was a huge success thanks to the hours of work put in by the law enforcement agencies, amazing support by sponsors and vendors and a great showing of 60+ motorcycle cops from 20+ agencies from Texas and Louisiana. Spectators came out by the hundreds to watch the officers compete, enjoy the exhibitor show, watch jaw dropping stunt riders, check out motorcycles and talk with officers. After three full days of events and community support, we raised $20,000 to be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project and the Center for Child Protection.
Through an outpouring of support and a little marketing, the 2nd Annual COTPMCO grew to 85 motorcycle cops from 27 agencies, representing eight different states. New events were introduced and a new Mr. Rodeo structure was put in place. The COTPMCO Board opted to split Mr. Rodeo prizes into two different winners, including Mr. Rodeo-Harley and Mr. Rodeo-Metric. Each winner received a Texas flag flown over the State of Texas Capitol building, a yeti tank, Motolights, a custom Seer helmet as well as waived entry fees and a complimentary hotel room to come and defend their title the following year. The new structure was well received, so we carried it over to the 3rd Annual Capital of Texas Police Motorcycle Chute Out in 2016, during which an additional 124 motorcycle cops from 44 different agencies, representing 10 different states and Canada participated. Despite the heat, humidity and random rain storms, these men and our very first female rider, competed in newly designed courses that extended over an extended four day period. As the event continues to grow, we are humbled by the amount of support we have received and thank all of the competitors, volunteers, staff members, board members, sponsors, exhibitors and the City of Buda. Over the past three years, COTPMCO has raised over $56,000 to donate to charity. We hope you will join us in 2017!
Mr. Rodeo Winners
- 2016 – Mr. Rodeo–Harley – Donnie Williams, McKinney Police Department; Texas
- 2016 - Mr. Rodeo-Metric - Daniel Duggins, Hays County Sheriff's Office; Texas
- 2015 – Mr. Rodeo–Harley – Marc “Bo” Stegall, Grand Prairie Police Department; Texas
- 2015 - Mr. Rodeo–Metric – Tommy Cabello, Corpus Christi Police Department; Texas
- 2014 – Mr. Rodeo – Jeremy Stanley, Baton Rouge Police Department; Louisiana
Results have been calculated based on the 2016 Rules as posted. Congratulations to all of the competitors for getting out on the track and competing! We hope to see you back next year for some new events and courses. Download the results below.
Overall Scores for Mr. Rodeo-Harley and Mr. Rodeo-Metric This list includes all scoring broken-down by Harley/Victor and Metric groups for the overall scoring; which includes the Slow Ride, Memorial Challenge and the Speed Courses.
Division/Class Scores Includes ranking by division/class for Courses A & B combined.
Partner and Team Ride Results Everyone who competed in the Partner Ride (tethered ride) or the Four Man Team Ride.
The COTPMCO Board includes all original scoring documents for competitor review:
Individual Score Sheets (includes Memorial Challenge and Speed Courses)
Special thanks to the official COTPMCO photographer Texas Real Sports Photography (you can view past event photos online).