·Intermediate Bicycle Maintenance (tire repair, chain repair/maintenance, minor brake adjustments and minor derailleur adjustments),
·Role play scenarios, and
·Customized instruction per your request
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
good working order, brakes and shifters must
there are no major mechanical problems with
the bike. Students
are required to wear the following safety
equipment at all times
when riding in the class:
Certified bike helmet (ANSI, Snell, etc.)
- 3/4 or full finger riding gloves.
2. Each student must complete a release of liability form prior to participating in this training course. Please note, this course is not designed to train a student how to ride a bicycle for the first time. Students are expected to know how to ride a bike as well as the basic operations of a mountain bike (i.e., shifting, braking, pedaling, balance).
Students are strongly encouraged to wear the following during
the riding portions of the training class:
Stiff-soled bicycle patrol specific bike
Bicycle patrol specific uniforms like
$275.00 per person (5 or more students minimum), or
$1,200.00 flat fee (4 or fewer students)
For agencies/companies who would like an Intermediate (2-day) bicycle patrol course with less than 5 students, please add the "flat fee" to your shopping cart.
There may be associated per diem costs for coursestaught outside California. Please call us for details.