Learn How to Ride a Motorcycle in Oklahoma
Oklahoma is home to a wealth of motorcycle-friendly byways and has the longest drivable stretch of Route 66, which made it a favorite to many motorcyclists. To fully enjoy a life-long motorcycling experience in Oklahoma, learn how to ride a motorcycle first. Whether you’ve been on the road for a long time, you still need to have professional training which you can get only from motorcycle riding schools.
Listed below is the motorcycle riding schools in Oklahoma:
Brown’s Driving School (http://www.brownsdrivingschools.com/)
The Brown’s Driving School offers motorcycle safety training courses for riders of all skill levels. They offer the Basic Rider Course, Basic Rider Course 2, and the Advanced Rider Course. All Brown’s motorcycle courses are endorsed by the Motorcycle safety Foundation and follow all the standards of the organization. To register please visit this site, http://www.brownsdrivingschools.com/Motorcycle_new_page.html or call 405-692-4844.
Chisholm Trail Technology Center/ CTTC (http://www.cttc.edu/public/SitePages/MSF.aspx)
CTTC offers the Basic Rider Course and the Basic Rider Course 2 to both new and experienced motorcycle riders. This motorcycle training center is certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and licensed by the Oklahoma department of Public Safety. All riders are required by the center to wear long pants, long sleeve shirt, over the ankle boots, full finger gloves and helmet during the training sessions. For those who want to register for a course, a pre-enrollment is required by calling 405-729-8324 or send an email to Rich at firstname.lastname@example.org or at email@example.com.
Myers-Duren Harley-Davidson (http://www.myersduren.com/)
The Myers-Duren Harley-Davidson in Tulsa, Oklahoma offers the motorcycle training courses through Rider’s Edge. Courses offered are New Rider Course which is for new and returning riders; and the Skilled Rider Course for experienced riders who want to enhance their riding skills. All courses are approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and taught by certified and license Rider Coaches or instructors. For more information about the course, please call 918-743-4440 or fax 918-748-4448.
Oklahoma Rider Education Program (http://okrider.com/)
The Oklahoma Rider Education Program (OREP) is not a profit organization consisting of motorcycle enthusiasts from different quadrants of the community. According to their official website, the most involved members are trained and certified motorcycle safety instructors. The program offers the Basic Rider Course that is designed for beginning riders of all ages and levels and was taught by Rider Coaches who are certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and licensed by the State of Oklahoma’s Department of Public safety. The Oklahoma Rider Education Program is supported and offered by local motorcycle dealerships. To register, visit http://www.okrider.com/html/classes.php. For more information, contact 405-424-7433, fax 405-386-7640 or send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Precision Driving School (http://www.oklahoma-driving-school.com/motorcycle-training/)
The Precision Driving School offers the Oklahoma Motorcycle Safety Course. They specialize in offering the best quality motorcycle safety training classes in Oklahoma. They held their classes in Purcell Oklahoma where there are few distractions and allow students to concentrate more on the class. This motorcycle riding school is certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and licensed by Oklahoma department of Public Safety. Classes were taught by licensed instructors certified by the MSF. Precision Driving School has two more training sites located at 1104 SW 19th Moore, Oklahoma and at 112 E Paul St. Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. For more information please call, (405) 761-8777 or (405) 238-0677.
Southern Oklahoma Driving School (http://www.driversedok.com/)
The Southern Oklahoma Driving School is a training provider of motorcycle riders. They offer an array of classes that suit people of every age and riding skill level. For motorcycle riders, they offer both Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course. The course is currently offered in Durant, McAlester & Tishomingo, Oklahoma. The basic rider course is for new riders which cost $175.00 while the experienced rider course class costs $65.00. For more information, please contact their main office at 580-924-9402 or 866-924-9402.
These are some of the best motorcycle riding schools and training centers in the state of Oklahoma. Are we missing a school on our list? Or did you attend one of these schools and want to leave a review for future riders? Leave a Reply below and share what you know.