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Storm Chaser Bicycle Saddle

April 29, 2011
RideOut Technologies’ Storm Chaser Saddle is a bicycle seat designed exclusively for police, campus patrols, and airport security. To resolve rider discomfort in the groin area for men and women, it supports the rider on the “sit bones.” (The newest version is the Storm Quest).

LAPD Field-Tests Electric Bicycles for Patrol

April 27, 2011
Officers with the LAPD's bicycle unit will begin field-testing Currie Technologies' IZIP Express electric bicycles at special events to determine their viability for patrol. Currie supplied the unit with prototype models for initial evaluation a year ago. The company then modified the electric bicycle's components and design, incorporating feedback from officers.

5.11 Rolls Out Bike Patrol Apparel

February 11, 2011
5.11 Tactical has introduced the Bike Patrol Polo and Short, which was designed by bike patrol officers across the country. The company worked closely with these officers to incorporate the features and benefits officers need while on patrol.

Woman Surrenders In Hit-and-Run Death of Indiana Officer

October 5, 2010
Sue Anne Vanderbeck turned herself in to the Henry County Sheriff's Department. She's been charged with leaving the scene of an accident causing death. The felony charge carries a four-year prison term.

Indiana Bicycle Officer Killed In Hit-and-Run

September 30, 2010
A Greenfield (Ind.) Police officer was struck and killed this morning while riding his bicycle on Interstate-40 with two other officers during training.

Asheville PD's Bicycle Patrol Training

December 29, 2009

This video shows bicycle training on cone patterns by the Asheville (N.C.) Police Department. The department offered the training on maneuvering techniques in June 2008, as it rejuvenated its bicycle patrols in the city.

Gas Pains

July 1, 2008

When law enforcement agencies were putting together their fiscal year budgets for 2008, few municipal or county administrators could have forecast the impact of skyrocketing gas prices.

Boise (Idaho) Police Department

January 1, 2006

Clearly, the city needed to pay more attention to recreation on and around the river. In response, over the span of several years, Boise PD added four more full-time bike officers as well as eight school resource officers.

Picking a Patrol Bike

April 1, 2005

Like civilians, no two police bicycle patrol officers are alike and, when it comes to bike features required or desired, there are few hard and fast rules. In other words, a police patrol bicycle must be affordable, durable, and versatile, but beyond that, one sometimes gets into the realm of purely personal preference.

Choosing the Right Bike

May 1, 2004

As the years have provided more experience to make better decisions regarding bike purchases, the Los Angeles Police Department has found what works best for its agency.

How To Start a Bicycle Patrol Unit

May 1, 2004

Today, more and more departments all over the world are adding bicycles to their arsenal of tools. Like any new tool or method, of course, barriers must be torn down. In the case of bicycles, the old attitude is one of the biggest hurdles to overcome when starting a bike patrol unit.

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