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Basic Radio Class

For Team and SAG Wagon Operations

Basic Radio Class

This class is intended for Cyclists to communicate to each other and their support vehicles (SAG, that stands for Support And Gear). This class is not for licensed amateur radio operation.

Topics

·Basic Terminology

·Radios that don’t need a license except for one

· Safety and Laws

·Proper procedures and operation


Your Instructor


Dave Lancaster
Dave Lancaster

Dave Lancaster is the founder of Bike SAG, a professional SAG Wagon Service. Since 2010, “Bike SAG Dave” has supported over 1,000 days of cycling events throughout the USA. For over twelve years prior to formalizing Bike SAG, Dave volunteered as a SAG driver at local charity cycling events. He also managed bike shops. Dave is eager to share his experience, with the goal of making cycling events safer and beneficial for everyone.


Frequently Asked Questions


I'm an experienced SAG driver, why do I need to take a class?
Without the proper training; many experienced SAG Drivers, Avid Cyclists and Bike Shop Employees can make critical errors putting others at risk. What we think is safe may actually be just the opposite. If you have been performing a practice one way for years and nothing has happened, doesn't mean it's safe. It only takes that one rare moment for it to go all wrong. After all you may learn a trick or two on making your duties easier and more efficient.
As an Event Director, will these classes help lower our insurance?
We are in contact with Insurance Companies and working on this. We will keep you informed as we make progress. .
After taking any of the classes will I become certified?
We can verify that you have completed the classes that you enrolled in. Only after a cleared background checks and meeting our qualification, then we will consider you as a Certified SAG Level one. To move up the ranks it will require live training classes that can't be done over the internet.

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