Looking for California motorcycle training and riding schools? The Eureka State has some amazing roads to ride, so take some lessons and be a confident and safe rider. Enjoy the ride.
In California (CA), here are some of the motorcycle training and riding schools where you may enroll:
Bay Area Motorcycle Training
The Bay Area Motorcycle Training located in San Francisco offers the Basic Rider Course for new riders who have been on a motorcycle and the Experienced Rider Course for new riders with some experience but no training and for long time riders who wanted to refresh their basic riding skills. For reservations, call their office at 650-873-4700 or make a reservation online. (http://www.motorcycleschool.com/sanfrancisco/cost.html#reserve)
California Motorcyclist Safety Program
According to their website, CMSP is California’s official motorcycle safety and training program. They offer Basic Rider Course for the beginning motorcyclist and Basic Rider Course 2 for the experienced motorcyclist who wants to improve their skills. California Motorcycle safety Program is known to train a huge number of motorcyclist per year and operates over 120 training sites throughout the state. For more information about their curriculum see http://www.ca-msp.org/Curriculum.aspx, or visit CMSP at 2 Jenner Street, Irvine California; they are open from Monday to Friday at 9am to 10pm and on Sunday at 12pm to 8pm or call 1(877) RIDE-411.
M&M Motorcycle Training Inc. or Orange County Motorcycle Training (http://www.ocmt.org/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?)
This motorcycle riding school is endorsed by the California Motorcyclist Training Program and by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. According to their official website, the mission of M&M is to provide top-quality safety education and support for the Orange County area. Every rider in California is invited to enhance their riding skills with an OC Motorcycle Training (OCMT) training course. They offer Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course. For class schedules, visit http://www.ocmt.org/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=january or call them at 714-637-2355.
Northern California Motorcycle Training Inc
This is a disabled veteran owned business located at Petaluma, California. This is also a local motorcycle school under contract with the California Motorcyclist Safety Program (CMSP). According to their site, they are committed to providing the community with the highest standards in motorcycle safety and education approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. For questions and class schedules call them at (707) 773-3188, fax (707) 773-3187 or email email@example.com.
Street Skills Motorcycle Training
This is a California State sub-contracted motorcycle training facility recognized by the DMV. According to their website, they offer the California Motorcyclist Safety Program training at three locations – Sierra College in Rocklin, Yuba College in Marysville and Pioneer High School in Woodland. They aim to fulfill the instructional needs of both potential and existing motorcyclists in Northern California by offering Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course. To get inside information about their courses, visit their SITE (http://www.streetskillsmotorcycle.com/Courses.html) or call 530-795-1823 or 530-795-1823. For complete contact information click here (http://www.streetskillsmotorcycle.com/contactus.html). You can also email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 Wheel Safety Training
This is a motorcycle riding school contracted and approved by the California Motorcyclist Safety Program and by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. According to their site, their aim is to provide basic rider and experienced rider motorcycle instruction. They operate in Newark, Santa Clara and Gilroy California. For course and class schedule, please call 1-866-FYI-TWST/394-8978 or send an email at email@example.com.
These are some of the motorcycle riding schools and training centers in the state of California (CA).
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