Learn How to Ride a Motorcycle in Montana
In order to learn how to ride a motorcycle, you need to take a motorcycle safety course or the basic rider course offered to new and returning riders. These courses will help you learn the basics of motorcycling as well as the safety rules while riding. The best place to learn is at the motorcycle riding schools approved by the MSF.
Listed below is the different motorcycle riding schools in Montana:
Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety (http://motorcycle.msun.edu/)
The Montana Legislature created the Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety due to the request of Montana’s motorcyclists. This program is formerly known as the Montana Motorcycle safety Education Program. It is funded by a portion of motorcycle vehicle registration fee, endorsement fees and student class fees.
The courses offered include Basic Rider Course, basic Rider Course 2 and Advanced Rider Course. Students will be trained by Rider Coaches certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. All of the instructors are motorcycle enthusiasts with advanced riding knowledge as well as high level of patience and understanding to help every new rider develop their riding skills and confidence. They aim to provide a safe and positive learning experience.
The Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety holds classes at different locations all over the state. Listed below are the MMRS range locations:
Rimrock Auto Detailing Center – 5230 Holiday Avenue, Billings
MSU-Bozeman – South 11th Avenue, Bozeman
Washington Middle School – 505 North Meade Avenue, Glendive
Malmstrom AFB – 6300 2nd Avenue North, Great Falls.
MSU-Northern – 300 West 11th Street, Havre
Rocky Mountain Emergency Training Center – 3425 Skyway Drive, Helena
Flathead Valley Community College – 777 Grandview Drive, Kalispell
UM-Missoula College of Technology/West Campus – 3639 South Avenue West, Missoula
Yellowstone Harley-Davidson (http://www.yellowstoneharley.com/)
According to their official website, Yellowstone Harley-Davidson is proud to be part of Rider’s Edge; a Harley-Davidson-sponsored rider training program for novice and veteran riders. These courses combine classroom learning with range riding that was taught by experienced and certified instructors. All courses are also approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
For more information, please call 406-388-7684 or fax 406-3884056.
These are some of the motorcycle riding schools and training centers in the state of Montana.
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