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Additional Training Courses

Expert riders use expert judgment to avoid using expert skills.

Level 2 Riding. This is the perfect 'next step' course for fine-tuning your physical and mental skills. Skills needed for survival in traffic. Even if you've been riding for some time, there's always something new to learn. The course is approximately 5 hours of riding! No tests! So, you can focus on having fun and improving your riding skills. Click Here for more information.

Advanced Riding. Techniques that extend beyond basic riding procedures are addressed in this course and apply to any style of motorcycle. It is a one-day course consisting of approximately 3 1/2 hours of classroom and 5 hours of riding. The techniques used for more performance-oriented riding can be used to enhance the skills and techniques for riders of any type of motorcycle. Training focuses on improving the overall capabilities of riders, particularly related to overall control, cornering, and emergency maneuvers. Click Here for more information.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

The RiderCourse2 tuition is $175.00 for all ages. If you are under age 18, your parent or legal guardian must sign the required waiver form(s).

The Advanced RiderCourse tuition is $200 for all ages. If you are under age 18, your parent or legal guardian must sign the required waiver form(s).

What about discounts & rebates?

Dealers, manufacturers, and some rider clubs may offer incentive programs to encourage you to take this class. Many insurance companies offer discounts. The savings can be as much as the course tuition! Check with your insurance agent.

Do I need to bring a motorcycle?

You are encouraged to use your own motorcycle or scooter to maximize skills development. However, a CCMT training bike may be used, for a $25 additional fee.

Your vehicle must be safe to ride as determined by a pre-ride T-CLOCK inspection. We will provide a copy of the T-CLOCK inspection form to you with your enrollment confirmation letter.

You also need to show proof of a valid motorcycle permit (or M1 license endorsement), current insurance coverage, and a registration card for the bike.

What do I need to wear?

Where are the courses held?

The courses are held at our training facilities in Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo. Click Here to see Maps.

When are the courses held?

View our online schedule for dates and time. To register, RiderCourse2, Advanced RiderCourse, or call 805 226-8015.

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