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Our rider school in Anchorage, Alaska, offers a class called "Kickstart." It consists of three hours of basic on bike riding instruction with a max of six students and two instructors. No test, no worries, and it will give you throttle and clutch experience before taking the Basic RiderCourse.
They also have private lessons available.
Check with your local school to see if they offer anything like the kickstart class and or private lessons.
Hope to see you all on the road!

Ken C
Anchorage, AK
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
So I took the class this past weekend and was unsuccessful. I aced the written part, but struggled with the tight corner and weave. Reading this article makes me feel a lot better because I truly do want to ride! I’m 53, recently divorced, and it is a lifelong dream! So I plan on getting my permit and a small starter bike and practice!

Leigh Lanier
Saint Simons Island, GA
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Just read your article and it is very much appreciated. Failed my MSF beginner's course today but I don't consider it a negative but a clearer view of the skills I need to improve on. I have a number of friends who ride and can teach one on one so I am going to go get my learners permit tomorrow. Failure isn't a finality, unless we decide it to be.

John
Myrtle Beach, SC
Sunday, December 22, 2019
My girlfriend took a Midlands tech motorcycle course in South Carolina. The course was listed as a beginner course.
Obviously classmates had previously ridden motorcycles. She fell over twice on low speed turns.
The instructor stated in a negative tone, "you need work." She aced the written test, best in class. Clearly the course is not for beginner riders. She has not found any other beginner training course in South Carolina.

Dale Wayne
Cayce, SC
Sunday, January 6, 2019
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