Experienced Rider Course

Each student attending the Experienced Rider Course will be required to provide their own motorcycle. Motorcycles must be licensed, insured, and street-worthy. Proof of insurance is required.  There is no lunch break during this class so we recommend you bring snacks.

Are there course prerequisites?

Yes, for the Basic Rider Course, and Scooter Training you do not need to have any motorcycling experience, but you do need to have sound bicycle riding skills.  You will need to have the ability to balance and stabilize a two-wheeled vehicle prior to beginning the class.

 We cannot teach you basic  motorcycle skills without your ability to balance.  If you have basic balance problems, you will be dismissed from the course.  If you have not ridden a bicycle in a long while, we encourage you to practice on one before attempting to ride a motorcycle.  This course is designed for teaching basic operation on a motorcycle and does not guarantee the safe operation by the student.

For the Experienced Rider Course  students must have an "M" endorsement on their Driver's License and provide their own street worthy motorcycle.  They must also provide proof of motorcycle liability insurance.  Current riding experienced is required. They must feel comfortable handling the bike in less than ideal conditions such as heavy traffic, bad weather, higher speeds, etc.   This course is designed as a tune up of your skills.  It will address special handling situations and accident avoidance techniques.