Courses

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Motorcycle Rider Training for all Skill Levels

Whether you want to learn to ride, refresh your riding skills, or are exploring a new type of riding we have a course that will help you achieve your goal.  Our courses are designed by industry leading course designers and delivered by our highly trained and certified  instructors to help make you a more confident and safer motorcycle rider regardless of what or where you like to ride.  All of our courses focus on effectively teaching you the riding skills needed to succeed held in a safe and relaxed learning environment.

Getting Your Motorcycle License is Just the Beginning of Your Training Journey

Riders who continue to pursue motorcycle riding training become better safer riders. Our motorcycle rider training programs are tested and proven.  We will get you riding your best faster than trying to learn on your own or taking the advice of those many friends who may or may not know the best way for you to advance your skills.

We are actively working to improve and expand our programs and certifications by partnering with notable training organizations including Motorcycle Safety Foundation, Champ School, Total Control Training, and Colorado State Patrol’s Motorcycle Operator Safety Training (MOST) program to provide you with the best motorcycle riding courses available. If you have questions about our courses and which may be the best fit for you, our registration team is here to help. They can answer any questions and assist with scheduling.

A few things our students like about us

Certified

Ride On and our instructors are fully accredited by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and the Colorado State Patrol’s Motorcycle Operator Safety Training (MOST) Program.

Small Class Size

All of our courses are offered for groups of eight or less students. We also offer our courses in women only and private lesson formats.

Convenient Locations

We currently offer courses at two Denver area training range locations: Fay Myers Motorcycle World in Greenwood Village and Rangeview High School in Aurora.