Motorcycle Riding Schools – Learn How to Ride a Motorcycle in Louisiana

Learn How to Ride a Motorcycle in Louisiana

Louisiana Motorcycle Riding SchoolsTo fully enjoy a lasting motorcycle experience, every rider should learn how to ride safely.  The best place to learn how to ride a motorcycle is at motorcycle riding schools approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.

These are some of the motorcycle riding schools found in Louisiana:

Bayou Country Harley-Davidson (http://www.bayoucountryharley.com/)

The Rider’s Edge of Bayou Country Harley-Davidson offers motorcycle training courses that will teach all the skills you need to hit the road with confidence.  They also provide friendly and enthusiastic Motorcycle Safety Foundation certified instructors. Successful completion of the course may streamline your motorcycle licensing or will help you get a discount on motorcycle insurance. For more information, please call 985-872-4380 of fax 985-872-4387.

Crescent City Motorcycle Training (http://www.crescentcitymotorcycletraining.com/)


Crescent City Motorcycle Training is one of Louisiana’s independently owned Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) certified training programs. According to their official website, it is also New Orleans’ motorcycle and scooter training destination where  motorcycles are furnished during training and students are taught the basic operation of a motorcycle within a three-day training session. For more information, please visit Class Schedule or Register Online or call (504) 442-4777 or (504) 263-5845.

Hammond Harley-Davidson http://www.hammondharleydavidson.com/ridersedge_intro.asp)

Whether you are a novice rider or have been on the road for a long time, Rider’s Edge, the Hammond Harley-Davidson’s Academy of Motorcycle has the right motorcycle training course for you. They offer New Ride Course and Skilled Rider Course approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.  For class schedules, contact (985) 345-8381, fax (985) 345-8341 or email [email protected].

New Orleans Harley-Davidson (http://www.neworleansh-d.com/riders-edge-class.htm)

The Rider’s Edge program is now available at New Orleans Harley-Davidson. The Rider’s Edge delivers the basics of motorcycle operation in Harley-Davidson style.  The courses they offer include 25 hours of expert guidance from Motorcycle Safety Foundation and H-D certified instructors. For more information regarding the program, contact 886-751-2691.

Renegade Harley-Davidson (http://www.renegadehd.com/learn-to-ride.htm)

With a proven blend of classroom instruction and range riding, the Rider’s Edge New Rider Course in Louisiana delivers the basics of motorcycle operation in a Harley-Davidson style. They offer courses approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and are taught by devoted instructors certified by both the MSF and Harley-Davidson to create a relaxed and supportive environment that fosters camaraderie and confidence.  For course schedule and registration, contact 888-807-1688.

Riding Safety.com (http://www.ridingsafety.com/)

Riding Safety.com is a motorcycle safety training academy serving motorcycle riders of Shreveport/Bossier City. According to their site, it is their goal to teach good riding habits, hone riding skills, and make riders aware of the hazards on the road. They offer three Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) certified courses: Basic Rider Course (BRC),  3 Wheel Basic Rider Course (3W BRC)  and Experience [or Advanced] Rider Course (ERC). For questions and comments, please visit http://www.ridingsafety.com/html/email.html.


These are some of  the best motorcycle riding schools and training centers in the state of Louisiana.

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