Ptl. David Layne (holding handlebars) stands with Capt. Fischbach and the new RECON Commando eBike. - Photo: Ptl. David Layne

Ptl. David Layne (holding handlebars) stands with Capt. Fischbach and the new RECON Commando eBike.

Photo: Ptl. David Layne

Ptl. David Layne, a 17-year veteran of the Avon, Ohio Police Department, was shocked and grateful to be the winning recipient of a prize package from Government Fleet Magazine’s sister publication Police Magazine. He was notified of his winning in early August.

The crown jewel of the package was a Recon Police Power Bike fitted with an electric motor, lithium ion battery, and LCD control. It has a heavy-duty frame and is equipped with 4" Kendra Puncture resistant tires. It is capable of speeds up to 30 MPH, and has a range of 50 miles depending on use.

“I was stunned and humbled to receive the prize, since I have never won anything prior to this. I originally thought fellow officers were playing a trick on me,” Layne said.

The package also included the following:

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  • RECON: Commando eBike
  • Mocean: Jacket, shorts, polo, pants, and vest carrier
  • Police Bike Store: C3Sports MaxPatrol-600 DLX light
  • IPMBA: 2021 Conference Registration
  • Gargoyles: Squell, Thin Blue Line series eyewear
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