In Georgia, here are some of the motorcycle riding schools available:
Georgia Department of Driver Services (https://online.dds.ga.gov/motorcycle/index.aspx)
The Georgia Department of Driver Services Motorcycle Safety program provides a variety of courses to current and future motorcyclists. They offer courses that teach both new and experienced riders how to operate a motorcycle safely in traffic which requires special skills and knowledge. The Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program offers low cost, professional training to assist riders in improving their skills.
Georgia Motorcycle Riders.com (http://georgiamotorcycleriders.com/)
This motorcycle training center located in Peachtree City, Georgia is dedicated to motorcycle rider safety through education and training. Successful completion of a course earns the graduate a Motorcycle safety Foundation’s Completion card and State of Georgia waiver card. This motorcycle training provider was approved by the Georgia Department of Driver Services. For more information, call Eric at 678-364-1442 or email email@example.com.
Great South Harley-Davidson (http://www.greatsouthhd.com/)
Gene Evan’s Great South Harley-Davidson in Newnan, Georgia offers motorcycle training courses through Rider’s Edge. They offer both New Rider Course and Skilled Rider Course programs approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. For more information, contact (678) 228-8213 or fax to (678) 854-9242.
Harley-Davidson Cartersville (http://www.hdcartersville.com/)
The Rider’s Edge H-D academy of Motorcycling in Cartersville has the highest pass rate in motorcycle training. According to their official site, their goal is to help riders by giving individual coaching. They offer New Rider Course and Skilled Rider Course or if you have an “M” license the Skilled Rider Course will improve your skills on your motor. These two courses will help students receive a Georgia motorcycle license. For more information, email www.hdcartersville.com or www.earlsmallshd.com.
Honda Powersports (http://powersports.honda.com/)
The Honda Red Rider Ranch is where new riders learn how to ride. According to their official website, Honda has made the commitment to help riders develop safe and smart riding skills through the establishment of Honda Rider education center. Honda is proud to be the first motorcycle manufacturer to have created unique sites specifically designed for motorcycle and ATV training and instruction. All coaches are approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. To register for a Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course, call 909-430-3000 or visit www.ca-msp.org.
Jones Driver Education (http://jonesdriversed.com/)
The goal of this Riding school is to help reduce the high number of traffic deaths and collisions by properly education future drivers and enhancing the skills of older drivers. They were recognized and licensed by the Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation to offer Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course. Since registration are accepted on a first come first served basis and the first to paid and enrolled will have a guaranteed spot in the class, contact these numbers immediately, (706) 855-5538, (706) 855-5532, 706-825-0236 and 706-364-0297.
Motorcycle Safety Foundation (http://www.offroad-training.org/)
The MSF Campus at Alpharetta, Georgia is a place for learning and is dedicated to expanding rider education and motorcycle safety opportunities. According to their website, their mission is to make motorcycling safer and more enjoyable by ensuring access to lifelong quality education and training for current and prospective riders, and by advocating a safer riding environment. They offer Basic Rider Corse, Experienced Rider Course, ATV Rider Course and many more. For more information, call 770-2043, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Motorcycle Training Institute / MTII (http://www.mtii.com/)
This motorcycle Riding school is nationally recognized by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation as a premier training provider. According to their website, MTII has been making a difference in the motorcycling world since 1998. They are dedicated to motorcycle safety education and have full-time training centers throughout Georgia and Florida. They are serving Broward, Citrus, DeKalb, Duval, Lee, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and St. Lucie counties. To register, contact 1-877-308-7246.
Savannah Harley-Davidson (http://www.savannahhd.com/)
This another H-D dealer in Georgia that offers rider courses approved by the Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program and by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. Students will learn how to ride Buell Blast Motorcycles. For inquiries, call 912-925-0005 or fax 912-925-5352.
Stone Mountain Harley-Davidson (http://www.stonemountainhd.com/Default.asp)
The Stone Mountain Harley-Davidson proudly sells Harley-Davidson motorcycles. However, they also offer motorcycle training through Rider’s Edge Harley-Davidson’s Academy of Motorcycling. They follow the proven curriculum of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Basic Rider Course, which is for beginning and skilled riders. For questions please contact Stone Mountain H-D Rider’s edge at 770-979-7999 or email email@example.com.
Sunshine’s Learn to Ride Motorcycles (http://sunshineslearntoride.net/)
This motorcycle training center owned by Sunshine Johnston aims to teach riders how to properly ride a motorcycle. They incorporate safer methods and flexible time requirements on learning a certain riding practice in order to build confidence in riders as well as to provide them with the skill set needed to safely ride on the road. According to their site, they provide a year-round training, seven days a week in the form of private one-on-one training as well as small group to large group of riders. For enquiries, contact (770) 413-1774 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tifton Harley-Davidson/Buell (http://www.tiftonharley.com/)
To learn how to ride a motorcycle, come at Tifton Harley-Davidson in Tifton, Georgia and enroll at Rider’s Edge H-D Academy of Motorcycling. They offer New Rider and Skilled Rider Course approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. For more information, contact 229-387-8855 or fax 229-387-8866.
Two Wheel Adventures (http://www.twowheeladventures.com/)
This motorcycle academy was approved by the motorcycle Safety Foundation and by the Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program to provide riding courses to both new and experienced riders. For courses, visit http://www.twowheeladventures.com/index.php?pr=Courses or call them at (678) 896-5909.
These are some of the motorcycle riding schools and training centers in the state of Georgia.
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