The Mission of Perimeter Bicycling’s Bike Patrol… More
Perimeter Bicycling’s Bike Patrol program is to provide assistance, encouragement, and support for the participants of Perimeter events. Patrollers offer mechanical assistance and first aid as needed and encouragement to successfully finish the ride.
Nearly 300 certified Bike Patrol cyclists bring enthusiasm for cycling and a deep pool of experience to ensure the success of thousands of riders in Perimeter’s events every year.
There is also an award for outstanding Bike Patrol in each event.
And of course, all Bike Patrol receive a finisher’s medallion.
Holualoa Companies El Tour de Mesa
In Mesa, AZ on Saturday, April 7, 2108
El Tour de Tucson
In Tucson, AZ on Saturday, November 17, 2018
Important Information for Participants in Bike Patrol
Bike Patrolers are needed to staff the Bike Patrol/Route booth at El Tour Expo.
Do you like to speak in front of people?
Come be a presenter at the Safety/Orientation meetings at Expo!
Contact email@example.com for more info on these opportunities
Bike Patrol Listing
Help us keep our list current. Let us know if we missed crediting you for an event. Also, check your certification date. If your certification is not current, please plan to attend a class before your next event. Thanks!
Bike Patrol Certification class schedule for The Valley of the Sun is below.
Current Bike Patrol list
We’re in transition and trying to update all the records
thank you for your help!
Certification Classes –
Each rider must attend a certification class prior to his/her first patrol, and every two years there after. The certification classes are designed to educate participants in the procedures of the event and recommends items to bring.
PHOENIX/MESA AREA CLASSES
April 6, 2018 – at El Tour de Mesa Expo/Packet Pickup at 1:00pm and 5:30pm
TUCSON AREA CLASSES
Sorry, no Tucson classes set yet. If you need certification before El Tour de Mesa please plan to attend a class at Expo, please see above.
Registration for Bike Patrol
Registrations must be done on a hard copy/paper application and payment with a check/money order or cash. Sorry, online or credit/debit cards. Registration is open for 2018 events, scroll to the top please.
Popular question: Why do Bike Patrol need to pay an entry fee?
Perimeter Bicycling is a nonprofit organization – all funds received are used for event expenses and donations to the primary beneficiary. Expenses paid by the event include but are not limited to t-shirts, rider numbers, police support (they are not on city/county payroll), barricades, permits, etc. We do our best to keep the costs down.
Bike Patrol Manual
The Bike Patrol Manual is a ready handbook of policies and procedures, event rules and other important information. A hard copy is provided at Certification classes.
Contains all the latest updates! Take a look
News and Events for Bike Patrol
Bike Patrol jerseys can be purchased for $55...more
Approved non-Perimeter Patrol Opportunities
Periodically, other event organizers request Bike Patrol help for their event. Check back here to see the latest. By participating in these pre-approved events, you can earn more points towards your Bike Patrol Awards.
In the past, Bike Patrol has helped with:
- Ride of Silence
- Mt. Lemmon Marathon
Have a suggestion? Call/email and let us know!