In Kansas, learn the basic of motorcycling skills through the following motorcycle riding schools:
Alefs Harley-Davidson (http://www.alefshd.com/default.asp?page=ride)
You’ve never ridden before? Or are you a returning rider? Whether you are a novice or a veteran motorcyclist, Alefs Harley-Davidson’s Rider’s Edge has a course that is right for you. They offer New Rider and Skilled Rider courses that will teach you how to ride a motorcycle properly and safely. These courses are approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and taught by certified instructors. To register for a course, please call at 316-440-5700 or fax 316-440-5788.
Barton Community College (http://www.bartonccc.edu/military/hmesti/mcycle/)
The Barton Community College offers Motorcycle Safety foundation’s Beginner and Experienced courses. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a completion card from MSF which could decrease your motorcycle insurance by 10%. They will also receive a Kansas waiver form to obtain a motorcycle license. For more information about the course, please visit http://www.bartonccc.edu/military/hmesti/mcycle/schedule.html or call 877-620-6606 or 785-784-6606.
Cowley County Community College (http://www.cowley.edu/bikers/)
The Cowley County Community College offers Motorcycle Training Educational Program that provides motorcycle rider education using the curriculum developed by the Motorcycle safety Foundation (MSF). The courses they offered include Basic Rider Course, Experienced Rider Course and Additional Rider Course which are taught by MSF certified RiderCoaches. These programs provide training for beginning and experienced riders. Click here for schedule or call 620-441-5584.
Hutchinson Community College (http://cms.hutchcc.edu/hcc/home.aspx?menu_id=372&head_id=2886&id=3188)
According to their official website, the purpose of the Motorcycle Safety Program at the Hutchinson Community College is to provide a service to the community especially those who want to learn how to ride. The Kansas State Department of Education and the college provide this service to Hutchinson and the surrounding areas. They follow the curriculum approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. For more information or to register for a course, fill out this form or call 800-289-3501 ext. 3550, 620-665-3550 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Johnson County Community College (http://www.jccc.edu/communityservices/motorcycle-training/index.html)
If you want to learn how to ride a motorcycle, the Johnson County Community College offers motorcycle training courses in Overland Park, Kansas. This motorcycle training course will prepare new riders to properly and safely handle a motorcycle. All courses are offered from March through October. For more information, please visit Eligibility and Required Forms, Health Conditions/Medications, Attendance, What You Need for Class and Licensing Test Waivers. Also, view the Spring 2012 schedule or call 913-469-2323 and 913-469-4446 or email Program Director Phil Wegman.
Kansas City Community College (http://www.kckcc.edu/services/continuingEducationAndCommunityServices/programs/motorcycleTraining)
Kansas Community College offers motorcycle training courses under their Continuing Education Program. They offer the Basic Rider Course, Basic Rider Course 2 and Advanced Rider Course (ARC). The BRC is for new riders who want to learn how to ride a motorcycle while the BRC2 is for seasoned rider who wants to hone their skills and the ARC is a one day course that complements a rider’s basic skills and helps with the personal risk assessment. All courses are approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. To enroll, call 913-288-7660 or enroll online.
Kancycle.com is the place to find top quality private one-on-one motorcycle safety education in the Midwest. According to their official website, they offer individualized instruction for individuals and families looking relaxed low pressure instruction with actual on street riding experience. Also, they are committed to providing the best instruction to prepare new riders to survive on the street. They offer scooter clinics, Experienced Rider Course, Basic Rider Course, Trike Instruction and Kansas Motorcycle Study Clinic. All courses are approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and were taught by MSF-certified instructors. For more information, please call (620) 364-8672 ext. 4380 or (620) 354-5371 or send an email at email@example.com.
Motorcycle Rider Education (http://www.motorcycleridereducation.com/)
Since motorcycle safety is the responsibility of all motorists on the road way, it is best for everyone to take motorcycle safety education. At Motorcycle Rider Education, every motorist, new and veteran, will learn how to ride a motorcycle properly and safely. They offer both Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course and were taught by expert and veteran instructors. For 2012 class schedule, visit http://www.motorcycleridereducation.com/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=4 or call Joe at 316-706-9722.
Motorcycle Training Specialists Inc. (http://www.teachmetoride.com/)
This motorcycle training center is dedicated to bringing as many motorcycle courses as possible to new and veteran motorcyclists in Kansas. They offer Basic Rider Course, Experienced Rider Course, Advanced Rider Course, and RiderCoach Preparation course. They offer these motorcycle training courses at seven different locations. They scheduled classes in Andover, El Dordo, Colby, Wichita, Independence, Garden City and Junction City Kansas. For course schedule, visit http://www.teachmetoride.com/collections/frontpage or call 316- 683-2342.
Smart Motorcyclists Attend Rider Training/SMART (http://www.smartbiker.org/)
According to their official website, SMART, Inc is a non-profit educational program that provides motorcycle rider education in Topeka, Kansas. They use the curriculum developed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and taught by instructors certified by the MSF. The program also provides training for beginning and experienced riders through the Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course. For questions or registration, please call 785354-7579 or send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
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