LEARN TO RIDE

NEW RIDER MOTORCYCLE CLASS REGISTRATION

Jumpstart your motorcycle journey with Dillon Brothers Harley-Davidson Riding Academy’s New Rider Motorcycle Classes, designed to turn beginners into road-ready riders by teaching basics and safety. Ready to level up? Our Intermediate Course hones your skills for smarter, safer riding. Beyond skills, our classes connect you with a community of riders and open the door to a world of freedom and adventure. Sign up now to transform your dream into confident, thrilling rides.

NEW RIDER COURSE

WHAT TO EXPECT:

This is a 21-hour class designed for someone who has never ridden before or someone who hasn’t ridden in a long time.

When you take a New Rider Course at the Riding Academy you will:

  • Learn to ride on a genuine Harley-Davidson® motorcycle, the new Street 500.
  • Get in-class and on-range instruction from Motorcycle Safety Foundation® (MSF) and H-D® Certified Coaches.

You’ll learn advanced tips and techniques to help you own the road.

  • Control at low speeds
  • Risk management
  • Limited-space maneuvers
  • Cornering judgment
  • Swerving and stopping quickly on straights and in curves
  • Multiple curve maneuvers and surmounting objects
 

 

NEW RIDER COURSE

WHAT TO EXPECT:

This is a 21-hour class designed for someone who has never ridden before or someone who hasn’t ridden in a long time.

When you take a New Rider Course at the Riding Academy you will:

  • Learn to ride on a genuine Harley-Davidson® motorcycle, the new Street 500.
  • Get in-class and on-range instruction from Motorcycle Safety Foundation® (MSF) and H-D® Certified Coaches.

You’ll learn advanced tips and techniques to help you own the road.

  • Control at low speeds
  • Risk management
  • Limited-space maneuvers
  • Cornering judgment
  • Swerving and stopping quickly on straights and in curves
  • Multiple curve maneuvers and surmounting objects

Motorcycle Class group

NEW RIDER COURSE FAQs

What will I need to register?

You’ll need a valid automobile driver’s license or learner’s permit and have the ability to ride a bicycle.

Do I need any special gear?

You’ll need to bring the following:

A heavy, long-sleeve shirt or jacket

Jeans, chaps, or leather pants

Over-the-ankle, sturdy footwear

Full-fingered gloves

A helmet that meets DOT requirements

Protective eyewear