Become a Patroller
The minimum requirement for being a patroller includes attending the annual training and completing First Aid and CPR training.
This year, training will be jointly conducted with the Tahoe Rim Trail Association and their Trail Ambassador program on June 9-10. We will go over the patrol functions, responsibilities, equipment, communications and emergency management.
- June 10th will be in the field and includes medical and other potential scenarios you may encounter in the park.
- For those who don't have prior medical training, a eight hour class will be offered to cover Basic First Aid and CPR. This certification is mandatory in order to patrol.
Currently, we encourage two patrols per month during the riding season. They are on your schedule and do not need to be at specific times, other than during normal park hours.
Here is a copy of our patrollers manual. It describes the program, how it's organized, volunteer rules/rights/privileges, and backcountry procedures. If you're still interested in becoming a patroller, please sign up for the Patrol Training or fill out our Contact form and we will get in touch. Thanks for you interest in the Bike Patrol and we look forward to hearing from you!