Rider Courses At Indianapolis Southside Harley-Davidson

THREE WHEEL BASIC RIDER COURSE

Course Fee: $225

This is the best place to start once you've made the decision to ride a 3-wheel motorcycle, whether the two wheels are in the front or the back. The Three Wheel Basic RiderCourse is for three wheel motorcyclists. The 3WBRC is designed for riders of all ages and uses the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s (MSF) curriculum. Six hours of classroom instruction prepares you for eight hours of practical riding exercises in a controlled, off-street environment. Course participants use their own motorcycles.

2018 Course Dates:  

MAY 21-22, 8AM-5PM

JUL. 9-10, 8AM-5PM

SEPT. 17-18, 8AM-5PM

Fill out the registration form below to register for a class. Payment must be made with the dealership at the time of registration.

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To become a safer, more responsible rider, Rider Coaches will also discuss:

  • Types of motorcycles
  • Layout and operation of the basic controls
  • Types of safety gear worn for protection and comfort
  • How alcohol and other drugs impair a rider's ability
Next, you'll move to the riding range and your Rider Coach (an experienced motorcyclist certified by MSF) will start you off with straight-line riding, stopping, shifting and turning. You'll gradually progress to swerving and emergency braking.
 The course concludes with a knowledge test and a riding skill evaluation. Once you have successfully completed your training course, you will be happy knowing you have gone the extra mile to develop your own safe riding techniques. Your introduction to the wonderful world of motorcycling has just begun!
 

Pre-requisites:

  • You provide your own 3 Wheeled Motorcycle for this course or one can be provided to you upon request
  • Possess either a valid driver's license OR a motorcycle learner's permit

What to Bring:

  • Your 3-Wheeled Motorcycle (or ride one provided)
  • Your riding gear
  • Pen/pencil for classroom sessions
  • Food/beverages for breaks and lunch

Required Riding Gear:

  • Long-sleeve shirt or jacket
  • Long pants (heavy denim or riding pants recommended)
  • Over-the-ankle boots (sturdy, not canvas)
  • Eye protection (Eye/sunglasses or Helmet with face shield)
  • Full-finger gloves (bring your own)
  • Full-face or ¾-face helmet (limited number available) or bring your own