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Seat Time (Class No: 19501)
Class Date(s): 2/17 2:00 pm
Sun: 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
3 seat(s) remaining
Cost: $160 per student.

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Mo Smith has been riding motorcycles since she was a little kid. She bought her first motorcycle in 1977, a Kawasaki 90, and has owned and ridden ever since. Currently Mo rides a 2006 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic. Mo is passionate about motorcycling and bringing that experience to all riders, but new riders in particular. She has been a Rider Coach since 2005. When not helping to fulfill the dream of motorcycling you can find Mo teaching math to high school students! Mo is actively involved in the local HOG Chapter and has held executive positions there for several years.


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GET SOME PRACTICE, GET SOME SEAT TIME!
 
Are you a newer rider that just took a basic course? Or has it been a while since you have ridden? Haven't bought your motorcycle yet? Need to drill and practice?
 
Be a student of the sport, get valuable “SEAT TIME!”. With so many variables out on the road, getting better and safer is not just simply logging miles, it’s also about practicing and honing skills. However, it does no good to practice if you’re not practicing it the right way. This is your chance to get that practice under the watchful eye of professionals.
Motorcycle, helmet, gloves and eye protection provided.
 
 
YOU MAY CHOOSE TO RIDE YOUR OWN MOTORCYCLE AFTER A SAFETY REVIEW.
 
Our 2.5 - 3 hour multi-course range drills will:
  • Reinforce proper technique
  • Build, and sharpen skills and confidence
  • Increase your confidence
  • Refine and/or add techniques that will position you to take your skills to the next level.
  • Practice emergency stops at higher speeds.
  • Corner at higher speeds.
  • Practice swerving and brake and escape from higher speeds.