The Motorcycle Safety Foundation offers a 1-day Dirt Bike Course (DBC) for those age 6 and older. It's a great way to learn how to ride on a different surface and to do something fun with the kids.
The course covers basic dirt bike operating skills and the principles for negotiating the varying terrain that the sport of off-highway riding involves. Motorcycles and helmets are provided for your use. Many street riders begin as dirt bike riders since the physical operating skills are similar, but the dirt environment is more forgiving than the street. This course is conducted entirely outdoors in an off-highway area. It is not a license waiver course.
Click here for more information about the DBC and locations.
If you want to learn how to do the slow-type maneuvers that police motorcycle officers demonstrate, the MSF offers a course called "Ultimate Bike Bonding". It is offered by Rider Education of NJ in Edison.
If you want some practice riding on the street with well-trained instructors, take a look at the "Staying Safe" On-Road Motorcycle Course. Click here for more information about the Staying Safe Course.
Got the need for speed? Want to ride as fast as you can without the police chasing you? Do it on a track where you don't have to worry about cars pulling out in front of you. Tony's Track Days will give you the opportunity to open the throttle as wide as you want. Click here for more information about Tony's Track Day's.
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation offers several courses for those interested in riding a 3-wheeler. They are offered by Rider Education of NJ in Edison.
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.
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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.
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