IPMBA News

How Far to the Right Should You Ride?

How Far to the Right Should You Ride?

Read on to find out what the law says — and means By Megan Hottman   April 02, 2018  This article appeared in the April 2, 2018, edition of RoadBikeReview.   Editor’s Note: RoadBikeReview contributor Megan...
Shifting gears on police

Shifting gears on police

Phil Ferolito, Yakima Herald, November 5, 2018 Photo:  Yakima police officers Einar Agledal, left, and Jeff Ely wait at the corner of East Yakima Avenue and First Street while patrolling downtown on bicycles on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018, in Yakima, Wash. (Evan Abell,...
The police patrolling Bodmin on bikes

The police patrolling Bodmin on bikes

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 4:49pm 6th November 2018, Pirate FM 102.8 Police are now patrolling the streets of Bodmin... on bikes. It is thanks to funding from the Police and Crime Commissioner. Earlier this year, Alison Hernandez made funding...
Bothell police blazes the e-trail

Bothell police blazes the e-trail

Photo: Bothell police officer Garrett Ware (left) and Sgt. John Rogers demonstrate the RadRover Electric Fat Bike, which the department added to its bike fleet in February. Rogers proposed purchasing the e-bikes last winter. Photo courtesy of Judy Furlong Bothell...
Online fundraiser for OPD bike patrol

Online fundraiser for OPD bike patrol

By WOWT Channel 6, October 17, 2018 Police officers are back on two wheels to patrol the pavement on Omaha public trails. "It's nice to know that there's people there watching,” said Jim Haley, who visits Stinson Park in Aksarben...