Motorcycle Training Courses
by Donald Ray Burger
Attorney at Law
Riding a motorcycle is not like driving a car. For one thing, mistakes tend to be much more serious. For another, car drivers present their own dangers. As do pot holes, weird curves and a thousand other things that aren't life or death to a car driver.
Learning on the job is not an option. That means that new bikers should take a professional course on the particular skills needed to ride safely. And experienced bikers should take refresher courses so they continue to stay out of (vehicular) trouble.
Basically, there are two main sources of such training. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation offers courses across the nation. To get to their web site, click here.
Harley Davidson also offers its own motorcycle training course. It's called The Rider's Edge. To get to their web site, click here.