Learn How to Ride a Motorcycle in North Carolina
North Carolina offers spectacular routes for motorists with its scenic and twisty roads that are best for a day of motorcycle adventure.
However, before you jump on a bike and make that road trip, be sure that you are educated and licensed to ride. To get a license and to pass the on-cycle test, you need to learn how to ride a motorcycle properly.
Listed below is the different motorcycle riding schools and training centers for all kinds of riders in North Carolina:
Harley-Davidson of Charlotte (http://www.h-dofcharlotte.com/edge/)
The Rider’s Edge is not just about motorcycle instruction. According to the official website of Harley-Davidson of Charlotte, it is an education about life on two wheels. Whether you are a seasoned rider or someone taking the very first step in a lifelong motorcycle journey, the Rider’s Edge has the right course for you. They offer both the New Rider and Skilled Rider courses. For more information, call 704-847-HOGS (4647) or fax 704-847-8552.
North Carolina Motorcycle Education (http://www.ncmotorcyclesafety.org/)
The North Carolina Community College System offers the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s Motorcycle Safety Programs. This program offers the Basic Rider Course for new and re-entry riders; the Experienced Rider Course which is intended for those riders with a minimum of 6 months riding experience , and the Advanced Rider Course for those who want to enhance their motorcycle riding skills. (Click links for more information)
North Carolina Motorcycle Education programs are offered at the following colleges:
A B TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE – Asheville – 828-254-1921 ext 817
ALAMANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE – Graham – 336-506-4322
CALDWELL COMMUNITY COLLEGE Hudson – 828-726-2242
CAPE FEAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE Wilmington – 910-362-7219
COASTAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE Jacksonville – 910-938-6294
COLLEGE OF THE ALBEMARLE Elizabeth City – 252-335-0821 EXT. 2250
CRAVEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE New Bern – 252-638-7361
DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE Durham 919-536-7240 EXT. 4407
DAVIDSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE Lexington 336-224-4798
FAYETTEVILLE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE Fayetteville 910-678-8446 REG. 910-678-8279
FORSYTH TECHNICAL C C Winston-Salem 2 WK – 336-761-1002
GUILFORD TECHNICAL C C Greensboro 336-454-1126 Ext. 4141
HALIFAX COMMUNITY COLLEGE Weldon – 252-536-7212
JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE Smithfield – 919-209-2034
LENOIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE Kinston – 252-527-6223 EXT. 714
MCDOWELL TECHNICAL CC Marion – 828-652-0674
MITCHELL COMMUNITY COLLEGE Statesville – 704-878-4266
PITT COMMUNITY COLLEGE Greenville – 252-493-7528
ROBESON COMMUNITY COLLEGE Lumberton – 910-272-3604 or 910-272-3609
ROWAN-CABARRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Concord – 704-216-7222
SOUTH PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE Monroe – 704-290-5272
SOUTHWESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE Franklin – 828-369-0591
SURRY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Dobson – 336-386-3473
VANCE-GRANVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Henderson – 252-738-3275
WAKE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE Raleigh- 919- 866-5853
Shelton’s Harley-Davidson (http://www.sheltonshd.com/)
Shelton’s Harley-Davidson offers the Rider’s Edge New Rider Course and Skilled Rider Course. The New Rider Course includes 4 days of instruction where students will learn about motorcycle, how to get comfortable with the controls and shifting. The skilled rider course develops rider’s skills on control and low speeds, risk management and other riding skills. All courses are approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
Courses are available at the following locations:
Smithfield – (919) 938-1592
Goldsboro – (919) 731-2776
Durham – (919) 596-9511
Tilley Harley-Davidson of Salisbury (http://tilleyhdofsalisbury.com/)
The Tilley Harley-Davidson of Salisbury offers motorcycle safety courses to new and skilled riders through Rider’s Edge, the H-D Academy of Motorcycling. Upon completion of the New Rider Course, students will earn a waiver that may streamline their motorcycle licensing process and, upon completion of the Skilled Rider Course, riders will earn more discounts on motorcycle insurance. Both courses are approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and are taught by certified Rider Coaches. For more information, please contact 704-638-6044 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are some of the motorcycle riding schools and training centers in the state of North Carolina.
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