|10-30-2012, 10:30 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Oct 2012
RideSmart Goldwing, Harley and Cruiser Owner (GHCO) Training
Great news for Goldwing, Harley and Cruiser Owners (GHCO): Ride Smart Motorcycle School now has a new class tailored for your needs.
Many GHCO riders are self taught or have attended a Motorcycle Safety Foundation school and then set out on their own to continue their “education” while riding on our public streets and highways - so far so good.
The shortcomings of being self-taught is the lack of accurate feedback. Although MSF training is a great first step, the training takes place on a parking lot and not in the real world of normal highway speeds, traffic, inertia, and surprises.
For the past 10 years, Ride Smart has been helping Texas motorcyclists learn how to ride smarter – and thus safer and in control. This year, more and more GHCO riders have discovered the value of our school and have begun to sign up and attend Ride Smart Motorcycle School’s on-track motorcycle training. Over and over we have been asked to develop a new and specific curriculum for the purpose of helping GHCO become better riders.
Though we have had GHCO riders with our normal classes, our first dedicated class was held August 18, 2012 and was a great success. The class consists of classroom material followed by on-track riding and coaching, repeated throughout the day. The class starts at 9 am and runs through 5 pm with a lunch break – and lunch is provided by the school. We invite all GHCO riders to join us on November 4 at Motorsports Ranch, Cresson, TX.
For more information contact Dave: firstname.lastname@example.org, (512) 469-9491 or visit our site: www.ridesmart.info.
Here are two videos and testimonials from some of the many GHCO riders/students that we have had over the past 5 years:
Jay Pietsch is a Goldwing rider and discusses his experience and the benefits of attending a Ride Smart class.
This was Ride Smart's first All Wing/Cruiser/Harley Class and it was a great success!! "...all the students learned a lot and had a blast".
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