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What You'll Get
Motorcycle helmets serve two purposes: they keep your head safe while driving, and they conceal your identity while you cheat on your car. Protect your noggin with this Groupon.
$165 for a Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic-Rider Course ($335 Value)
Certified by the state of Colorado to give the license endorsement tests at the end of each class.
The basic-rider course teaches beginning riders how to safely operate a motorcycle. The class consists of 4–5 hours of classroom instruction plus two full days on the range, where students learn maneuvers and safety techniques with the academy’s bikes. Each student will need to have read the provided MSF student handbook and know the answers in the back of the book. A valid driver’s license, appropriate eye protection, and long pants are also required; see the class page for a full list of required items. Department of Transportation–approved helmets are provided for those who need them.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 48-hr cancellation notice required or $45 fee will be charge. Classes taught in English and American Sign Language for Deaf Students. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bluecreek Motorcycle Training Co.
As cool wind blows over rubber-marked pavement, the friendly, Motorcycle Safety Foundation–certified instructors at Bluecreek Motorcycle Training Co. shout instructions over the clamor of engines revved by student riders. The academy’s fully enclosed riding range encourages beginners and experts alike to safely practice skills, such as stopping, turning, and swerving—all with the help of the three men and three women who make up the teaching staff. Courses also incorporate study time in spacious classrooms, where students commit laws and road signs to memory instead of sticking post-it notes on the inside of their helmet visors.