You’re Ready to Ride
You’re in the Right Place
People break into the biking world for many reasons: anticipating exciting adventures, reveling in the freedom of open roads, embracing the camaraderie that exists between bikers, and sporting the obvious “coolness factor” inherent in bikers top the list.
Whatever your reason, you’re in the right spot to embark on your own adventure.
Becoming a biker encompasses learning skills and understanding how and when to use them.
Our Motorcycle Safety Foundation trained coaches carry 160 years of combined riding experience. They’ve coached hundreds of bikers from very inexperienced and timid students to veteran riders. Each coach has a burning desire to help you embark on your riding career proficiently.
Here’s what you can expect:
You’ll learn the NEWEST Motorcycle Safety Foundation curriculum and ride bikes specially designed for beginners.
In the classroom you’ll learn biking basics and safety skills.
On the range you’ll learn basic skills like shifting and braking, maneuvering skills like accelerating and turning and safety skills like controlling skids and stopping quickly.
Our course is a 2 1/2 days typically beginning on Friday evening 5:45 pm-10:00 pm (all classroom), and continues Saturday and Sunday 7:45 am-5:00 pm (approx 6 hours on motorcycle and 2 hours in classroom each day). Daytime classes are scheduled once a month for those who work weekends or other shifts. One-on-one private lessons can be scheduled at the students convenience.
Successfully completing the Basic Rider Course gives you the privilege to skip any further riding or testing at the DMV and straightway receive the motorcycle endorsement on your license.
Class Saves Your Hard Earned Money
Skip the $1000 fine for no “M’ class on license.
Skip the impound fees.
Land discounts on your insurance.
Skip a trip in the ambulance.
Here’s what you’ll need:
If you bring your own helmet, it must be DOT approved, or we have loaners
Eye protection; prescription glasses or shatterproof sunglasses are okay.
A jacket or long sleeved shirt.
Long pants, denim or equivalent.
Full fingered gloves; fingers or knuckles cannot be exposed
Over the ankle footwear; ankle bones must be covered
- PLEASE NOTE: You MUST have a current non- suspended Drivers License . If you are under age, you need to have had your regular driving permit for one year in order to take the class.