IMBA's National Mountain Bike Patrol (NMBP) program organizes and support volunteer bike patrols throughout the United States and around the world. Patrollers provide assistance to hikers, equestrians, and especially mountain bikers. They give information, provide directions, help with minor repairs, and provide first aid. IMBA assists in forming new patrol groups, certifies individual patrollers, and helps to provide equipment and medical supplies.
NMBP's Mission: Promote and support local mountain bike patrollers and groups that inform, assist, and educate mountain bikers and other trail users.
The fundamental goal of each mountain bike patrol is to ensure trail access for mountain bikers. Mountain bike patrols work in cooperation with land managers to meet the specific needs of their local riding areas.
For more information about the Bike Patrol contact the SORBA Bike Patrol Director.
Bike Patrol classes are available at various times during the year and if you sign up you get a free jersey and free first aid/CPR training. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Already a patroller? Download a PDF of the incident reporting form.