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Motorcyclist Training Course Information

Alameda location:

The Motorcyclist Training Course is presented with TWO in classroom sessions and TWO riding sessions. Class formats must be done in order and can not be re-arranged.We offer different class formats. Please click the link for registration and pick the right one for you.

 THREE DAY CLASS FORMAT:
           AM class format:                                                                                                        PM class format:
Thursday night Classroom 1: 5:45pm-9:30pm                                             Thursday night classroom 1:  5:45pm-9:30pm
Saturday Riding 1 : 6:30am-11:15am                                                              Saturday Riding 1:   12:00pm-4:30pm
Saturday Classroom 2:   5:45pm-9:30pm                                                      Saturday Classroom 2:  5:45pm-9:30pm
Sunday Riding 2: 6:30am-11:45am                                                                 Sunday Riding 2:  12:00pm-5:15pm
                                                 (**these are the no later than check in start times for all classes**)
 *** We currently DO NOT have a scooter for student use. IF you have your OWN scooter and would like to use it please contact the office.****
Travis Air Force Base (for military members): we offer a Saturday/Sunday two day course. ALL registrations for Travis are done over the phone. 1800-966-3844.    707-365-9302

To Register for our Motorcycle Training Courses, please pick your class location and click on the link:

Travis Air Force Base   For Travis AFB please contact us directly at 1800-966-3844. We currently do all registrations over the phone.

 

Alameda, CA (at the USS Hornet)

 

 

                               

 

Basic rider course The objectives are to teach the skills necessary for safe motorcycle operation. Training is designed primarily for beginning and inexperienced riders.

It covers everything from beginning to advanced riding skills. All graduates receive a DMV certificate that waives the skill test, and a completion card that may entitle them to discounts on motorcycle insurance.

Although the majority graduate, we cannot guarantee success. Motorcycling is mentally and physically demanding. Any student who cannot safely control or operate the motorcycle within the guidelines of the course will be removed from the class.

The Motorcycle Training Course (MTC) is approximately 17.5  hours. There are 2 in-class sessions and 2 range sessions. We provide the motorcycles and helmets. The majority of the bikes we use are between 125cc up to 250cc street bikes.

Where the classes meet

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