We will teach you proven techniques that are guaranteed to improve your riding ability and confidence. Classes cover slow speed maneuvers, confined space turns, crash avoidance, and braking challenges.
Rule The Road
Learn the same maneuvers motor officers must master. Use them to tackle every obstacle that comes your way.
ProRider® courses are conducted on your own bike, allowing you to truly learn it's dynamics, handling, capabilities and limitations. Leave our course with the ultimate level of mastery over your vehicle.
Conquer The Iron Horse
Bond and grow with your motorcycle. It will become an extension of your body.
Since ProRider classes are designed to help you handle your bike with greater ease and confidence, the classes are conducted on your own bike, allowing you to truly learn it’s dynamics, handling, capabilities and limitations.
The best bikes for this course are ones that are close to factory stock – most any street-legal motorcycle can do these exercises, but bikes with tall handlebars (ape hangers), sport bikes with lengthened swing arms, and dual-purpose bikes (street/dirt) with off road knobby tires will have difficulty in the course. Feel free to us with any bike modification questions.
While we should develop skills for all types of weather, we don’t like unnecessary risk. Many of the exercises, especially the crash avoidance skills, require a dry surface for maximum safety. Each ProRider Training Site will closely monitor weather forecasts prior to the class and offer rain dates if the crash avoidance portion must be postponed or cancelled.
You will need to have proof of valid registration and insurance for the motorcycle you bring to the training course as well as your driver’s license with motorcycle endorsement. You will not be able to participate without having these documents available per our policy.
Please dress for the weather and bring sun block, water, snacks, and rain gear to keep comfortable. Please wear over the ankle boots, long pants, eye protection, gloves, and a DOT approved helmet.
Far more bikes are dropped in a basic MSF class then ProRider. The only way to guarantee that you will not drop your bike is never to take it out of the garage or leave your driveway. However, we make every effort to help you safely perform these exercises without risk to you or your bike. Our exercises start “slow and wide” and we gradually increase the challenge as your gain confidence and skill.
While we do not predict or anticipate bikes “dropping”, we do provide you with the opportunity to remove your saddlebags, wrap your engine guards with rubber hose, or take other safeguarding measures. We do not anticipate any injuries or any damage to any motorcycles.
We are an advanced training that teaches Police Motorcycle Skills that are only taught in the 80 hour police motorcycle training. This class is the next level of training that will improve your riding ability and riding confidence and may save your life!
We recommend that you have some riding experience – at least a season under your belt – or have successfully completed an MSF rider class or equivalent school prior to attending this course. ProRider is aimed for experienced riders who have successfully completed these other classes and are looking for the “next level” of challenge and improvement. This class is beyond the level of training you from MFS type classes.
You will leave this class a better rider! Many of our instructors are seasoned police motorcycle officers who have worked many crashes involving “experienced riders.” Often, these riders have the crash avoidance “head knowledge” but have never physically practiced those maneuvers and developed the appropriate “muscle memory” to successfully implement them.
We provide a training certificate that many insurance companies honor and many do offer a discount on your insurance rates upon successful completion of this course. You may want to contact your agent for more details and to find out if you are eligible for a discount upon completion of this course.