Nevada Motorcycle Riding Schools
For new and experienced riders who want to learn how to ride a motorcycle properly, these are the MSF approved motorcycle riding schools if you live in or near Nevada:
Carson City Harley-Davidson (http://www.carsoncityhd.com/)
Carson City Harley-Davidson offers motorcycle training program through Rider’s Edge, their Academy of Motorcycling. According to their official website, what sets them apart from other riding courses is their attention to every rider’s needs and desire. They offer Basic Rider Course and Experienced Course which are certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. For more information, please contact (775) 882-7433 or fax (775) 882- 7574.
Chester’s Reno Harley-Davidson (http://www.renohd.com/)
Chester’s Reno Harley-Davidson is an authorized instructor for the Rider’s Edge new Rider Course and Skilled Rider Course. These courses aim to help new riders learn how to ride a motorcycle and novice riders to enhance their riding skills. All courses are approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. Completion of the course may help waive your on-cycle and written test for motorcycle licensing. For online registration, please contact 775-329-2913 or fax 775-329-2236 or visit email@example.com.
Henderson Harley-Davidson (http://www.hendersonhd.com/)
If your goal is to learn how to ride a motorcycle or enhance your existing skills, then visit Henderson Harley-Davidson’s Rider’s Edge. They offer both New Rider Course and Skilled Rider Course for all levels of riders. All courses were taught by RiderCoaches approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. Completion of the course may simplify your motorcycle licensing process or receive discounts on motorcycle insurance. For more information, contact 702-456-1666.
Las Vegas Harley-Davidson (http://www.lasvegasharleydavidson.com/Default.asp)
Las Vegas Harley-Davidson is not only a dealer of motorcycles. They also offer motorcycle training courses through Rider’s Edge that teaches new and veteran riders safety motorcycle riding. The courses they offer are approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and were taught by certified instructors. For more information about the course, visit firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nevada Rider (http://www.nevadarider.com/)
According to their official website, the Nevada Rider Motorcycle Safety program was established in 1991 by the Nevada Legislature and placed within the Department of Public Safety and the Nevada Office of traffic Safety. The purpose of this program is to conduct quality rider training throughout Nevada and educate the other users of the road to the unique aspects of motorcycles and motorcycling. Motorcycle courses are offered state wide with training sites located in Reno, Carson City, Elko, Hawthorne, Winnemucca, Ely, Empire, NAS Fallon, Tonopah, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and Henderson. For more information about the program, please contact:
Truckee Meadows Community College (Reno) – (775) 829-9010
Western Nevada Community College (Carson City) – (775) 445-4268
Community College of Southern Nevada
(Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Tonopah) – (702) 651-5790
For Elko, Hawthorne, Winnemucca, Ely, Empire, NAS Fallon – (775) 684-7480 or email email@example.com.
Silver State Motorcycle Academy (http://www.silverstatemotorcycleacademy.com/)
The Silver State motorcycle Academy is located in Fernley Nevada and held training classes in Silver springs at the Silver Springs Airport. They offer both Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course that teach riders how to make motorcycling safe and enjoyable. All training coaches are certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. It is their goal to provide quality and professional motorcycle training to all riders. Classes are offered year round. For more information, please call 775-575-5176 or 775-741-5821.
The Cycle School (http://www.cycleschool.com/)
According to their official website, the Cycle School offers Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) and Nevada DMV approved motorcycle safety training in Southern Nevada. The training courses they offer are Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course. All courses are taught by instructors certified by the MSF and routinely inspected by the State of Nevada, Department of Traffic Safety to ensure the highest standards. For more information, call (702) 528-8077 or visit their Schedule and Registration page.
These are some of the motorcycle riding schools and training centers in the state of Nevada.
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