Our 1-day training course is designed to teach bicycle patrol personnel the following basic skills and techniques:
Basic Riding Skills
Slow speed riding techniques
Proper gear selection
Mounts & dismounts
Negotiating obstacles & riding on various surfaces
Traffic Safety and Accident Prevention
Basic Maintenance (tire repair and chain maintenance)
Pre-Ride Safety Checks
1. Each participant must have their own bicycle to participate in
training (no bike sharing). Bicycles must be in excellent
condition prior to the start of the class. Minimally,
tires shall be in excellent condition
, both brakes and shifters must
work properly, and
there can be no major mechanical problems with
are required to wear the following safety
equipment at all times
when riding in the class:
A certified bike helmet (ANSI, Snell, CPSC)
A pair of 3/4 or full finger riding gloves
2. Each student must complete a release of liability form prior to participating in this training course. You may download this form in the Bicycle Training section of this site. Please note, this course is not designed to train a student how to ride a bicycle for the first time. Students are expected to minimally know how to ride a bike as well as the basic operations of a mountain bike.
Students are strongly encouraged to wear the following during
the riding portions of the training class:
Stiff-soled bicycle patrol specific bike shoes such as Patrol Cycle shoes, etc.
Bicycle patrol specific uniforms such as Mocean, Olympic Uniforms, 5.11, etc.
$250.00 per person (5 or more students minimum), or
$1,200.00 flat fee (4 or fewer students)
There may be additional fees for diem costs for coursestaught outside California. Please call us for details.