This two-day course provides the entry-level skills for new riders to begin practicing and developing mental and motor skills important for safe street operation. Students receive approximately 8 hours of classroom instruction and 8 hours of practical riding on a paved area away from street traffic. The course concludes with a written, multiple-choice knowledge test and a riding skill evaluation.
Course fee: $210
(Advance registration is required; spaces fill quickly. )
For scheduling information about classes, please call 931-823-7744.
For additional information or to register, contact the Mid Tenn Motorcycle by email at email@example.com or by phone at 931-823-7744 weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Motorcycles are provided. All riding must be done with proper riding gear, which minimally includes:
— helmet (full-face helmets are recommended, must be DOT approved, can be provided if needed)
— eye protections
— sturdy, over-the-ankle footwear
— long-sleeve shirt or jacket and long pants or jeans
— full-fingered gloves (preferably fitted)
— rainwear optional
Students must have the ability to ride a bicycle and may be asked to demonstrate this skill at the start of class.
Parent(s) or legal guardian of students under 18 (minimum age is 15) must sign a waiver at the first class meeting providing permission for their child to attend, contact information and authorization to administer first aid in the event of an emergency. Only those students who display successful mastery of all required riding exercises and pass the written exam will receive a satisfactory rating for the class. Upon satisfactory completion of the written knowledge test and a riding skill evaluation, students receive a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) completion card, valid for three years. Participation in this class does not guarantee successful completion of either this test or the riding skill evaluation.
The MSF card serves as a license test waiver in most States. In Tennessee a license waiver is issued valid for one (1) year.
If you need to cancel a class and with a FULL REFUND, you must cancel ten (10) days prior to your first scheduled class. If you need to RESCHEDULE, you must do so at least three (3) days prior to class.
For information about Midd Tenn Motorcycle programs or to register, call 931-823-7744.