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Advanced Rider Training Classes

Fine tuning your skills

1/6/2006

An instructor with the Experienced RiderCourse points out what drill is about to take place.
An instructor with the Experienced RiderCourse points out what drill is about to take place.

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) offers advanced rider training called the Experienced RiderCourse. This class can be taken with your own motorcycle and with your own DOT-approved helmet. The class teaches advanced riding skills to those who feel comfortable on the road and comfortable with their motorcycle.
Riders spend a lot of time perfecting their cornering techniques. Riders get to use their own motorcycle in the Experienced RiderCourse.
Riders spend a lot of time perfecting their cornering techniques. Riders get to use their own motorcycle in the Experienced RiderCourse.

Skills taught include proper turning, including slow speed maneuvers, and braking. The course lasts a half-day and is taught all out on the range. It is highly recommend for any rider, even those who've been riding awhile. You'll be surprised at what you'll learn after all those years of riding. Visit http://www.msf-usa.org msf-usa.org for information on a training course in your area or call 800.446.9227

Just like the Basic RiderCourse, the Experienced RiderCourse is held on an open range, usually a large parking lot.
Just like the Basic RiderCourse, the Experienced RiderCourse is held on an open range, usually a large parking lot.

Rider's Edge, The Harley-Davidson Academy of Riding, offers a Skilled Rider Course allowing riders to use their own motorcycle. Rider's Edge also offers training classes to learn how to safely riding in a group. It pays to learn what those skills are for the safety and enjoyment of the entire group. Visit http://www.ridersedge.comridersedge.com for more information.

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