Precision Riding Program

Learn the same riding skills used by professional police motorcycle officers

Experienced Advanced

Precision Riding Program


Our Precision Riding program is a ‘street’ version of the training used by professional police motorcycle officers. You may have seen police riding rodeos where highly skilled riders on large displacement motorcycles zip around a complex coned course making tight turns, figure 8’s, swerving and weaving, seemingly impossible maneuvers, look easy. Police motorcyclists are some of the best trained, skilled and safest riders on the road.

Price: $200/Level

Includes: 1 range day/Level

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While every day riding doesn’t usually involve riding around a coned course, it does involve cornering, braking, tight parking lots, cars and other hazards that we face every time we ride. What you learn in our program will be directly applicable to your real world riding. Our program teaches you the same techniques and strategies used by the pros. It is designed to help you develop your riding skills to a vastly higher level resulting in increased confidence, control, awareness and safety when you ride at any speed and any motorcycle. Using your own motorcycle, each course utilizes low speed exercises on a closed range. Students should be prepared to spend the majority of each class in the saddle.

As you progress from the core class level, the exercises and training course complexity will increase to help you develop your skills further. Our coaching staff will be there to provide you with instruction, guidance and feedback every step of the way. We keep the class sizes small to ensure every rider gets the attention needed.  As your motorcycle control skills increase, you should see improvements to your situational awareness, planning and reaction skills as you spend less mental effort just trying to ride the bike.

Key Precision Riding Techniques taught:

  • Body Position

  • Lines

  • Focus Points

  • Aim Points

  • Clutch Control

  • Throttle Control

  • Brake Control

  • Coordinated Control Usage

  • Picking up the bike

There are three progressive course levels to the program. The primary change from the Core to the Advanced course will be the course/pattern complexity and the coaching provided to help riders apply the techniques and strategies to increasing complexity.

Core Precision Riding

  1. Core course patterns:

    • Simple Weave

    • Figure 8

    • Turns around a point

  2. Introduction to Key Techniques and Strategies

Intermediate Precision Riding

  1. Intermediate course patterns (increased complexity including adding offset weave)

  2. Key Techniques and Strategies

Advanced Precision Riding

  1. Advanced course patterns (complex patterns and courses)

  2. Key Techniques and Strategies


  • The courses in this program are intended for Experienced Riders.

  • Course levels are progressive. Successful completion of the prior level(s) is required.

  • A valid Colorado driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement.

  • Not sure? Contact us we can help guide you.

Bring the following:

  • Valid driver's license with motorcycle endorsement

  • Water Bottle (water is provided)

  • Snacks to maintain your energy level

  • Appropriate riding gear

  • If you are younger than 18 years old, a parent or guardian MUST be present on day one to sign a waiver before class and in front of your RiderCoach. Call the office at 303 838-2427 to have a waiver emailed to you in advance.

What you MUST Wear (Gear):

  • Helmet that is at least 3/4 with DOT or Snell approval

  • Eye protection (goggles, sunglasses or prescription glasses)

  • Long-sleeve shirt and/or jacket no rips, no holes)

  • Long Pants made of heavy denim or better (no flare, no holes)

  • Sturdy over-the-ankle boots (no canvas, no high fashion heels, no steel-toed boots, good grip, and we suggest you not wear new boots)

  • Full-finger gloves, preferably leather (thick winter gloves may not be acceptable)

  • Proper motorcycle riding gear recommended for all of the above

Course Refund and Rescheduling Policies

Ride On Motorcycle Training LLC (Ride On) does not offer refunds. All course fees are non-refundable.

All rescheduling requests will be made on a space available basis for a future course.

Unless noted as no charge for rescheduling, our current prices for rescheduling are $250 for the BasicRider Course (BRC) and $150 for the BasicRider Course 2 (BRC2). Exceptions to the rescheduling fees will be handled on a case-by-case basis.

Course rescheduling requests with 24 hours notice or more will be gladly accommodated with no charge.

Course rescheduling requests with less than 24 hours notice will result in forfeiture of your prepaid course cost and will be charged a fee to reschedule.

If you meet any of the following conditions, you will forfeit your prepaid course cost and will be charged a fee to reschedule:

  • Do not arrive on time to a scheduled class

  • Do not show up to a scheduled class

  • Leave or are asked to leave by your instructor for any reason

  • Do not provide, complete or perform any pre-requisite or course requirements.

Ride On may, at their discretion, change course start times or cancel a course at anytime and/or for any reason including but not limited to weather, instructor, equipment, or facility issues. Students unable to accommodate a change or are impacted by a cancellation will be rescheduled with no charge.

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