Looking for the best and least expensive motorcycle service in NJ? Contact Big Boyz Toy Box (973 742-7900) at 156 E. 15th Street in Paterson. Ray Noreika is the best motorcycle mechanic in the State. In fact, several Service Managers at dealerships ask him for advice. Let Ray do your next tune-up, oil change, put on new tires. He won't jerk you around like some other places do. Once you take your motorcycle to him for service, you will never go anywhere else. (Ray was the prior owner of The Riding Academy of NJ. This is his new location, which is a few blocks away from the Home Depot on Rt. 20).
Looking for a safe, secure and inexpensive place to store your motorcycle? Contact Big Boyz Toy Box in Paterson or Speer Yamaha in Passaic.
Buying a used motorcycle is like buying a used car. BUYER BEWARE! Buy a used motorcycle from a reputable dealership. If you're buying a motorcycle from a private seller, ask for the service records. Someone who keeps service records is someone who cares about their motorcycle. Take it to Big Boyz Toy Box and let Ray check it out for you.
We recommend the following reputable motorcycle dealerships because they offer a fair price on motorcycle sales and have a good, reputable Service Department. (Click on each one for more details).
Speer Yamaha on Main St in Passaic (service only)
Garden State Harley Davidson on Rt. 10 in Morris Plains
Williams Harley Davidson in Lebanon
Pompton Sport Center on Rt. 23 in Pompton Plains
Cross Country Cycle in Metuchen and Hasbrouck Heights
The following motorcycle dealerships offer motorcycle rentals through EagleRider;
Click here for some tips on storing your motorcycle for the winter.
Our mission is to help reduce motorcycle crashes in the State of NJ by providing quality rider education to all NJ residents with quality training motorcycles provided by reputable motorcycle dealerships in NJ at a quality training location in NJ. Our vision is motorcycles sharing the road with other roadway users with zero crashes.
Powered by GoDaddy
A schedule of our courses for 2021 is posted on the Course Schedule page. More classes will be posted for the rest of the training season at a later date.
The answers to most of your questions are on this website if you take the time to read it thoroughly.
Follow us on Instagram and/or "Like" us on Facebook for updates.