The resources, support, and training offered exclusively by the International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA) are yours with membership.  Maximize your investment by taking full advantage of your benefits.  Not a member?  Join today!

Get Certified

Apply for our internationally recognized credential—exclusively for IPMBA-trained public safety cyclists!

Maintain Your Edge

Funding, training, successes, innovative ideas, great new products…learn about these and more in the information-packed IPMBA News.  Published quarterly, IPMBA News is written by and for IPMBA members, and is rated by members as their #1 benefit.  Articles are welcomed and encouraged – contact the editor for more details.  It is the only publication dedicated exclusively to the field of public safety cycling!

Earn a Return

Take advantage of the Product Purchase Program, IPMBA’s members-only discount program.  Recoup your membership dues and save hundreds of dollars on products for on-duty and personal use.  Have your membership number ready! 


Network with your colleagues via the IPMBA member online forum (coming soon!).  Post your questions and comments, and benefit from decades of collective knowledge and experience.  “Like” IPMBA on Facebook to share news and views about public safety cycling worldwide.  Subscribe to the online newsletter below to stay informed about items of interest to public safety cyclists.  

Improve Your Cycling and Fitness

A subscription to Bicycling magazine, the foremost magazine for the cycling enthusiast, is included with your membership.  ($10 value; U.S. addresses only; subscription starts 6-8 weeks after joining.)

Go Global

Meet public safety cyclists from around the world, discover exciting new products, participate in cutting-edge training and put your skills to the ultimate test at the annual IPMBA Conference & Product Exhibition, recognized worldwide as the premier training event for public safety cyclists.

Learn more about the benefits in this video presentation, developed in partnership with the Towson University Department of Electronic Media and Film.