Choose from Three Options
- $139 for a Rider's Edge motorcycle course ($295 value)
- $75 for a one-day rental of a Touring motorcycle ($150 value)
- $50 for a one-day rental of a Dyna motorcycle ($100 value)
Instructors certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation steer Rider's Edge students through 25 hours of motorcycle fundamentals such as braking, turning, and developing a tough exterior to disguise a surprisingly gentle core. Students familiarize themselves with the inner workings of a dealer-provided bike before hopping on one to practice maneuvering techniques, including controlling skids and maneuvering obstacles. Course graduates receive a MSF Basic Rider Course Completion Card and a DL389, which may exempt them from the riding portion of the California motorcycle-license class and may reduce insurance rates. Riders must provide their own riding apparel, including jackets, jeans, chaps, leather pants, over-the-ankle footwear, full-fingered gloves, eyewear, and a helmet that mets DOT requirements. Loaner helmets and gloves are available.
Iron Steed Harley-Davidson
The two-wheeler experts of Iron Steed Harley-Davidson teamed up with the venerated manufacturer in 1976, and now house new and preowned hogs in a 30,000-square-foot facility with easy access to the Pacific coast, Napa Valley, and the Sierras. Riders aged 21 or older secure luggage and teddy-bear compadres in onsite storage, before setting out atop late-model rental steeds such as Heritage, Road King cruisers, Road Glide Custom, or Street Glide touring bikes.An onsite service center restores wounded rides with factory-authorized repairs and one-day routine maintenance. Parts and clothing departments allow Harley enthusiasts to customize bikes without having to lick them.