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  American River Bike Patrol

The new American River Bike Patrol began serving the American River Parkway in Sacramento County in June, 2020. Bike Patrollers, now 60-strong, work as trail ambassadors, providing trail directional advice, equipment assistance, safety insights and bike safety programs, assistance with events, first-aid and CPR services and serve as eyes and ears of the Parkway Rangers and other stakeholders on one of the country’s busiest and most scenic bike ways. ABP Logo

 

Members of the public are invited to join the National Ski Patrol’s growing bike patrol subset and take the bike patroller training program. Patrollers can set their own patroller shift hours, and are asked to fulfill 48 hours or more of service per year. Current NSP members, whether patrollers, hosts or alumni, are also invited to join and log at least 30 hours of service.

NSP members current with either OEC or OFC can join as secondary members. Alumni, if their first-aid has lapsed, who would like to rejoin in an active bike patrol role will need to take Outdoor First Care, as will new community candidate members. The new patrol will also offer “visiting patroller” options during weekends, by prior arrangement.

Join the team and support our work.  See you on the lovely American River Parkway trails!

 

Contact:
Jim Cheng, Patrol Rep
916-832-3100
 For more information, check out the American River Bike Patrol website at  AmericanRiverbikepatrol.org .