Monday, June 02, 2008

The Experienced Rider Safety Course Sharpens Riding Skills


A motorcycle safety course is a wise idea if you are a first time motorcycle rider, but what about former riders who have not been behind the handlebars in years?

The Chicago Tribune features a story on the Experienced Rider Course offered by Motorcycle Safety Foundation.

The Experienced Rider Course starts out on your own motorcycle, not the starter bike used in the beginners course.

The lessons for the experienced rider are about building on the skills you already have, then sharpening them for avoiding close-calls or accidents.

The course features a classroom section, driving tests with the orange cones you know and love, and practice on maneuvers ranging from tight turns to sudden stops.

Source: Chicago Tribune.
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