Motorcycle Basic Rider Course – Three Wheel

 

Course Description

This is a basic, entry-level, learn-to-ride 3-wheel motorcycle training and education course. It provides the same fundamental skills as the MSF Basic RiderCourse, but on 3-wheel, 3-track motorcycles (not sidecars). RiderCoaches who have been trained and certified by the MSF conduct the course, which consists of both classroom and hands-on instruction including classroom instruction, riding exercises and a knowledge and skill test. A completion card and a DMV Skills Test License Waiver will be issued on successful completion of the course.

 

Course Meeting Information
(Must attend all 16 hours in order to complete the course)             

Day(s) Date Time Location
Saturday and Sunday  May 18 and 19 8am-5pm AHS100
Saturday and Sunday  June 15 and 16 8am-5pm AHS100
Saturday and Sunday  June 29 and 30 8am-5pm  AHS100 
Saturday and Sunday   July 13 and 14 8am-5pm  AHS100 
Saturday and Sunday   August 24 and 25 8am-5pm  AHS100 
Saturday and Sunday  September 14 and 15 8am-5pm AHS100 
Saturday and Sunday  September 28 and 29 8am-5pm AHS100 
Saturday and Sunday  October 12 and 13 8am-5pm AHS100 
Saturday and Sunday  October 26 and 27 8am-5pm AHS100 
Saturday and Sunday  November 9 and 10 8am-5pm AHS100 
Saturday and Sunday  Nov 30 and Dec 1 8am-5pm AHS100 

 

Course Meeting Location(s)

AHS-100 (Motorcycle Classroom Building behind Ashbrook High School) Motorcycle Range Map

 

Course Cost $187.00*

*Promotional Rate of $99.00 through Can-am

 

Registration Options

Visit/Click the following link to be directed to the Can-am website for registration and payment:

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  • Select North Carolina as the state and Dallas as the location

 

Pre-Requisites

Students must be at least 16 years old.

Students under 18 must have a signed waiver form from a parent or guardian.

 

What to bring

  • Your personal DOT-Approved helmet (some loaner helmets are available)
  • Eye protection, such as sunglasses
  • Long-sleeved shirt and denim or other heavy material pants should be worn. Sleeves must be kept down at all times, per Motorcycle Safety Foundation rules.
  • Over the ankle boots
  • Full-finger gloves
  • Rain gear (if needed). Class is held rain or shine
  • Food and non-alcoholic beverages are allowed on the motorcycle range

 

Refund Policy

Refunds and transfers of Motorcycle Safety courses may be allowed if notification is received at least 24 hours prior to class. If you miss your class or are late, no refund will be issued, but a one-time transfer may be allowed to the next available class. Our certified rider/coaches are authorized to remove anyone from the course who might pose a danger to themselves or others. We do not anticipate this happening. Additionally, no visitors are allowed on the range. Please do not invite anyone to come and watch, especially minors.

 

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For more information, please email us at ConEd@gaston.edu.

 

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