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Private Lessons

Private Lessons (Motorcycles provided by Training Wheels)

Name of CourseTuitionTimeStudent:CoachPass Course & Get License
Shift & Throttle Introduction (Private)$1952 hrs.1:1NA
Private Basic Rider Course (One Day)$6951 day1:1YES
Post Basic Rider Course (Private)$1952 hrs.1:1NA

After a decade of training over 25,000 new motorcyclists we have become well aware of the fact that not all riders learn at the same pace.

Although we feel the Basic Rider Course (BRC) is a terrific and effective way for most riders to learn the basics of riding a motorcycle, we also feel that a student's experience can also be enhanced through a private one-on-one session.

The rate for a 2 hour private lesson is $195 which includes one-on-one training with a certified Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Instructor and use of our motorcycle and helmet.

The personalized session is 100% directed towards your needs.

If you have any requests that you felt were not addressed on this page, please feel free to contact us and we are happy to speak with you and address your concerns.

Shift & Throttle Introduction - private session

For the Pure Novice:

Shift & Throttle Introduction.

Shift & Throttle Introduction is intended as a precursor to the regular Basic Rider Course. If you are unsure of your abilities, unsure if motorcycle riding is the right activity for you, or if you just want to take a more gradual approach to learning to ride, consider the Shift & Throttle Introduction.

Note: How to operate the shift and throttle is covered in the first few exercises of the Basic Rider Course (BRC). While most students whom have never shifted a motorcycle before do well in the class without taking the Shift & Throttle Introduction in advance of the BRC, we have found that those who do take the Shift & Throttle Introduction before the BRC find the head start to be beneficial.

Please check back with us April first for updated 2018 schedule.

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View available Shift & Throttle Introduction sessions.

Tuition is $195.00 for the Shift & Throttle Introduction.

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Private Basic Rider Course (one day)

The Basic Rider Course (BRC) has been designed to be an effective way to learn how to ride a motorcycle over a 2 day, 15 hour course. It is important to mention that 99% of our students participate in the traditional 2-day riding course that we offer. If your schedule does not allow 2 consecutive days to take the course, then the BRC can be taught in one day during a private one-on-one session.

Please keep in mind that the one day BRC is very demanding as we are incorporating a tremendous amount of information into a one day session. We found that the best suited candidates for the one day BRC are those who are in good physical shape and have at least some motorcycle riding experience.

Please call us at 508-247-9595 to discuss your options.

Tuition for the One Day BRC is $695.

If you feel that you are not a good candidate for the one day BRC, but time constraints are an issue, then please call us and we will be happy to work with you to create a customized schedule that accommodates your needs.

Post BRC Session (Private 1:1)

If you have taken the BRC and would like some additional instruction, then the POST-BRC Session is for you.

If you have participated in the BRC and were not able to complete the course due to lack of confidence or skill in some areas of riding, then the Post BRC Session is a great fit for you.

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If you have participated and passed the BRC, but would like to work on your newly acquired skills, then the post BRC Session is a good fit for you
as well.

We have heard from numerous graduates that the Post BRC Session was the "final link" needed to gain the confidence to ride on the street.

Tuition is $195 for 2 hours of instruction.

View available Post BRC sessions.

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These are the motorcycles that we use in the course:

250cc Honda Nighthawk

250cc Honda Nighthawk

250cc Honda Rebel

250cc Honda Rebel

Suzuki TU250

Suzuki TU250

Kawasaki Eliminator 125

Kawasaki Eliminator 125

Photo: Yamaha TW200

Yamaha TW200

Photo: Honda CBR 250

Honda CBR 250