America has always been the most extreme country, from the Boston Tea Punchings to having the first man swear on the moon. We hold this shredding guitar solo to be self-evident with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $115 for an introductory motorcycle-riding lesson (a $250 value)
- $165 for an intermediate motorcycle-riding lesson (a $350 value)
- $90 for a scooter-riding lesson (a $180 value)
During the scooter lesson, students cover techniques such as a proper mount and dismount and the use and function of hand controls. They also learn proper braking and turning, which is integral to operating the scooter and avoiding any daredevil squirrels. This lesson also includes practical tips on what to look for when buying a scooter, how to properly maintain it, and what protective gear to purchase.
The beginner motorcycle lesson covers proper use of the hand and foot controls, including mastering the clutch and friction point, changing gears, proper braking, and proper turning.
For motorcycle riders who have graduated beyond the beginner level, instructors lead private intermediate lessons that delve into freeway riding, riding along curvy roads, lane sharing, riding in traffic, and riding on hills.
Bay Riders Group
As bikers themselves, the instructors at Bay Riders Group know there are innumerable reasons to ride a motorcycle—saving gas, skirting traffic jams, parking easily, looking cool. But they also know that there are risks involved with riding, which is why they're passionate about teaching motorcycle buffs how to ride responsibly and avoid the road's most common dangers. The team strives to makes sure that, from the close of their very first lesson, students are able to actually ride a motorcycle, complete with braking and shifting gears. As students progress, they gain the skills required of riding on the street, including navigating treacherous turns and heavy traffic. The school even provides beginners with a training bike—a 250cc Honda Nighthawk that they have dubbed “Nancy.” Bay Riders Group also supplies helmets and gloves, however riders will have to bring their own flaming stunt ramps.