Most times motorcycles are less expensive than a car, less to get , license, insure, repair and obtain better gas mileage. additionally , they’re easy to park and fit into small spaces, not to mention the fact that it’s absolutely thrilling to ride in the open air with an incredible machine beneath you.
But motorcycle riding shouldn’t be taken lightly. It’s not as commonplace as getting your driver’s license and, in fact, in Colorado and most states you would need to have a driver´s license first for the right to ride a motorcycle. You want to get a motorcycle endorsement on your license to ride legally on the road.
Although it’s not difficult to find out, it’s vital that you simply know what you’re doing. Some of the things you need to learn to be able to ride a motorcycle safely are counter intuitive and you will probably not learn how to do them without specific instruction and practice. Motorcycles aren’t equiped with the same safety features as a car, and an accident might be deadly.
As long as you’re trained, well-prepared, invest in and wear the right safety equipment, you’ll be in fine condition for your first ride. Here’s what you ought to know:
The Basic Rider Course is a well-researched, tested, and proven curriculum covering critical information needed for you to learn to ride:
The Basic Rider Course is designed for new riders (assumes no experience) wanting to learn to ride and get their motorcycle endorsement. This course is also used by those persons who have taken a break from riding and want to get started again.
When you complete the Basic Rider Course successfully, you are issued a completion card, making you eligible for a motorcycle endorsement on your Colorado driver`s license without any more testing.
Send a copy of the completion card to your insurance company for a safety class discount.
Riding skills introduced in the Basic Rider Course are transferable to your own bike.
What more could you want?
This class was designed for beginning riders and assumes no experience. However, many returning riders choose this course to remind themselves of forgotten skills, learn new strategies, and build their confidence for riding on the road.
You will need a DOT or Snell approved 3/4 or full-face helmet, full finger gloves, sturdy boots that cover your ankle bones, long sleeves and sturdy jeans, and glasses. You will wear glasses when riding if using a 3/4 helmet or when your face plate is lifted using a full face helmet..
When you register for class you pay to secure your spot.
We have trained riders from 15 to 80. If you have any concerns call the office at 303-433-9424
We have many advanced classes that take you from being an average rider to the ultimate level of a Civilian Top Gun rider. Those include: