Motorcycle Skills Instruction

Motorcycle riding can be very dangerous and it can be challenging to stay safe on a motorcycle.  Driving safely and wearing a helmet can reduce the risk. Owning a bike can fun and adventurous. While you feel more like part of the environment as you drive you are also more exposed to risk and injury.  Almost 100 % of motorcyclists that are involved in an accident are injured and most are seriously injured.  Most people driving a car that are in a car accident are not seriously injured.

Motorcycle Safety Courses

Take a motorcycle safety course it could save your life.

You will need to prove that you can safely drive a motorcycle before you can get a drivers license. Find DMV approved courses as, military motorcycle safety instruction courses, and AMA course resources

The Harley-Davidson Riding Academy 
New Rider Course 

- The Harley-Davidson Riding Academy 
Skilled Rider Courses 

Let's Ride Track Days 
Laguna Seca, CA, Buttonwillow, CA, Thunderhill, CA

Fast Track Riders 
Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Hyper Cycle 
Van Nuys, CA

Pacific Track Time 
Trackdays at Thunderhill, Buttonwillow, Laguna Seca, Infineon

SoCal Track Days 
La Quinta, CA

Track Daz 
Riverside, CA

Track Experience
Willow Springs, CA

Zoom Zoom Track Days 
Thunderhill, CA, Buttonwillow, CA, Infineon, CA

The Advantages of a Motorcycle Helmet

All riders should wear a helmet while riding a motorcycle. A helmet is designed and worn to absorb any impact to the head and protect the brain, and so the material used to make the helmet is critical. Get a lightweight, crack resistant and strong helmet. Pay more and get more in a helmet. Also, get a comfortable helmet preferably a full face helmet that fits tightly around your head. It should still feel soft around your head.  Make sure you choose a motorcycle helmet with a DOT approval sticker on the back.

Motorcycle Safety Resources

 Ten Motorcycle Safety Tips For New Riders 

 10 Motorcycle Safety Tips I Learned Riding A Harley Davidson Through The Mountains

– Ten Ways to Be Safe on a Motorcycle

 Top Ten Ways to Stay Safe on Your Motorcycle