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The Boyette Scrub Preserve Bike Patrol (The "Patrol") is a volunteer IMBA National Mountain Bike Patrol member organization focused on educating mountain bikers, serving as a communications link with land managers, and offering first aid and assistance to all trail users. It is the mission of the Patrol to assist, inform, and educate without passing judgment or enforcing policy, render aid to all who need and want it, and to foster responsible trail use in the mountain biking community. The Patrol leads by example by respecting all regulations of land management agencies as well as the IMBA Rules of the Trail.

MEMBERSHIP OF THIS GROUP IS RESTRICTED: To be considered for membership one should meet the following criteria:
Member of SWAMP
Member of IMBA
Experienced Mountain Bike rider, basic bike repair ability
Regular rider at Boyette with good knowledge of trail system
Certified IMBA Patroller (requires First Aid and CPR Certifications)
Certified IMBA Ambassador

IF NOT CERTIFIED: Willing to train as IMBA Patroller or Ambassador

The Patrol provides certification training through the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) National Mountain Bike Patrol and SWAMP.

Membership requests must include proper identity and/or certifications or will be automatically denied.

For general information on local trails and to contribute to or become a member of the local mountain bike community, please follow the link to SWAMP.

The Preserve parking area is located at 13998 Balm Boyette Road, Riverview Florida 33569. In case of emergency call 911.

Group Information

  • 20
  • Florida
  • Apr 14, 2008
  • English

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