Bicycle Diversion Class

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If you have been cited for a City Code or Title 28 Moving violation, while operating a bicycle, you may be eligible to attend a Bicycle Diversion Class instead of paying the fine.

Advantages:

  • The charge will be dismissed.
  • You will not have to pay the fine for that charge.

Eligibility:

  • The violation was committed while operating a bicycle.
  • Your bicycle charge has not already been set for a trial/hearing.

What to Do:

  1. Appear in Court to pay a $50.00 Diversion Fee and retain the receipt.
  2. Call Arizona State University Bicycle Safety at (480) 965-6068 for class dates and locations.
  3. Appear at the class and pay $15.00 (cash, cashier’s check, money order or credit cards accepted).
  4. Online classes are also available for the Bike Diversion Program.  Click HERE for more information.

You MUST bring the following to class:

  • Driver’s license or picture identification.
  • Copy of the complaint.
  • Receipt for $50 Diversion Fee payment.
  • $15 Class Fee.

Failure to complete the bicycle diversion class AT LEAST SEVEN BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR to your court date may result in additional monetary penalties being imposed.