PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh Police are gearing up for the Police Motorcycle Rodeo that’s kicking off this weekend.

In a Facebook post, the Pittsburgh Public Safety Department says that 20 departments and 78 riders are slated to participate in the 41st Annual Mid-Atlantic Police Motorcycle Rodeo.

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“Spectators will be treated to one of the finest displays of Police and EMS motorcycle skills in North America,” the Public Safety Department says in a Facebook post.

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The Pittsburgh Police say courses will include the “Mouse Trap,” “Snowman,” “Beehive,” “Rattler” and “Three Rivers.”

The Pittsburgh Police also say the event is free.

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You can catch it tomorrow from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Art Rooney Avenue.