Are you interested in learning to ride, but a bit apprehensive?
Clueless about how to operate a bike?
Planning on being a passenger and have questions about what to do?
Our Introductory Motorcycle Experience might be the answer for you.
In a relaxed, no stress atmosphere, you will be able to ask questions, get advice, and enjoy the interaction with other students who are at the same level of experience. At the conclusion of the experience you will have the knowledge to make the decision to continue to the faster paced Basic RiderCourse.
A two-hour, first touch experience with a motorcycle and not designed to teach a person to ride. This is a familiarization program that points out the primary parts and controls of a typical motorcycle, it helps a potential rider determine whether motorcycling is a good personal choice. You will learn how to operate the clutch and given lots of time to practice. Students are given the option to manipulate the controls while astride a motorcycle, and are led into a Basic RiderCourse as a formal way to learn to ride.
You must provide your own shatter-resistant eye protection, sturdy over the ankle footwear (non-canvas), long sleeved shirt or jacket, long non-flare denim pants or equivalent protective material and full fingered gloves, preferably leather.