Harley-Davidson offers two new methods of rider education “Experience the Ride” and “Learn to Ride” are now available at participating dealerships

Harley-Davidson offers two new methods of rider education
“Experience the Ride” and “Learn to Ride” are now available at participating dealerships



With two new programs, designed to make learning how to ride less complicated, more fun and convenient, Harley-Davidson is hoping to put more riders in the saddle.

The “Experience the Ride” program is geared toward those who have never ridden a bike but are interested in learning how to do so. Participants can sign up the dealership where the program is being offered and receive one on one, or in a maximum group of four, instruction from a professional coach while riding a Harley-Davidson Street 500, equipped for new riders, on a closed course. The program has a duration of about 90 minutes.

The “Learn to Ride” program is an extension of the Harley-Davidson Riding Academy New Rider Course. This program allows students to schedule one on one, or a maximum group of four, private session with professional riding coaches with the goal of earning their motorcycle endorsement.

All program fees and a list of the participating dealership are listed on H-D’s Personal Coach Finder site.


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