Motorcycles combine the coolness of James Dean, the stylishness of leather clothing, and the convenience of being able to air-dry on your commute. Experience all aspects of two-wheeled entertainment with today's Groupon to Mid Tenn Motorcycle Education Center. This Groupon is valid at the Columbia, Cookeville, Murfreesboro Blackman High School, and Nashville locations. Choose between the following options:
For $49, you get a one-day, six-hour experienced-rider course on your own motorcycle (a $99 value).
For $99, you get a three-day basic-rider or women-only class (a $205 value), which includes the following:
- A classroom training session on Friday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
- Two open-ride training sessions from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday
- Waived written and driving portions of DMV motorcycle licensing
- Rental motorcycle and helmet
The hog-handling coaches at Mid Tenn Motorcycle Education Center help riders of all skill levels rev two-wheeled engines toward DMV certifications. Motorcycle mavens with basic easy-riding knowledge can obtain greater skill in experienced-rider courses, which cover precision handling, advanced turning and breaking, and the kindest way to tell bikes you don't like their saddlebags. Basic riders don borrowed helmets and helmet hair and earn experience with basic mastery of turning, shifting, and cruising without training wheels. Women-only courses instill similar chopper-savvy skill sets, but in a laid-back, female-only environment designed to bestow participants with individual attention to ask questions or construct elaborate student-teacher handshakes. Upon the successful completion of either three-day course, pupils will be able to bypass the written and driving portions of the motorcycle-licensing test.
Mid Tenn Motorcycle Education Center
At Mid Tenn Motorcycle Education Center, nationally certified instructors impart the secrets to safe and street-legal riding. Through their basic courses, students step in on Saturday and leave on Sunday with the comprehensive knowledge and skills to bypass the written and driving portions of the state licensing test. The instructors spread tutelage across 5 classroom hours and 10 hours of on-cycle instruction. More advanced students can dip into one-day, six-hour experienced-rider courses to practice precision handling, advanced braking, and dodging squirrels. The school also hosts women-only classes that teach terminology and skills free of testosterone-induced wheelie popping.