Summer 2016 
DATES- 07/11/2016 - 07/14/2016 


The Montana State University Police Department LEBA (Law Enforcement Bicycle Association) Mountain Bike Course is taught by Sergeant Tom Bonnell and Sergeant Matt Wemple. Sergeant Bonnell and Sergeant Wemple are both certified LEBA instructors. Sergeants Bonnell and Wemple greatly enjoy mountain bike patrol, and are looking forward to putting on a great course.

Montana State University is located in beautiful Bozeman, Montana.  There are many exceptional mountain biking trails in and around Bozeman. An entire ride is dedicated to pedaling the scenic trails of the Gallatin National Forest, with an elevation gain of 2,000 to 3,000 feet.

Topics covered will include: proper bike and helmet fit, safety equipment, nutrition, types of cycling injuries, hypothermia and dehydration, stretching, slow speed bike drills, accident prevention, emergency braking, gears and cadence, police technical skill, bicycle maintenance and repair, how to be an effective cyclist, and LEBA firearms tactics.

Course Requirements Packet



James Lusby - Bozeman PD

Matt Wemple - MSUPD

Matt Danzer - Bozeman PD

     Matt Wemple  


Dates: 07/11/2016 - 07/14/2016 
Course Fee: $125.00
Hours: 0800-1700 Each Day
P.O.S.T. Credit: 32 Hours


To register, fill out the form here. All students must be considered on-duty

with their respective departments. Your spot in the course will be confirmed upon

email verification to Matt Wemple from your department head.



Contact Sergeant Matt Wemple with any questions: (406)

Click here to view the MSU PD LEBA Course Photo Gallery