- Cutting-edge training facility
- Learn to ride a motorcycle
- Skilled, certified instructors
- Small class size
About This Deal
Motorcycles combine the coolness of James Dean, the stylishness of leather clothing, and the convenience of jumping every gorge in the neighborhood. Introduce yourself to two-wheeled entertainment with today's Groupon at TEAM Arizona in Gilbert. The advanced training facility is staffed by experienced, certified instructors who are dedicated to teaching bike-curious students how to be successful on the open road. The four-hour Introduction to Motorcycling course presents small groups of budding bikers with motorcycling's most foundational truths in order to prepare them for the Basic Rider Course. The class includes a bike (most are between 125cc and 250cc), a helmet, and a pair of gecko-skin gloves for enhanced handlebar grip and optimal engine revs (see the FAQ page for more information).
Reviews are limited, but T.E.A.M. Arizona does have a four star average rating from five Yelpers:
- The instructors were fantastic--really knowledgeable and positive people. Hell, fun to be around, even. They use an incremental approach to get your confidence up and build slowly up to riding. – Andy G.
- This was a great experience. I had never ridden before. I felt very confident after taking the course. Both my classroom instructor and riding coaches were supportive and provided technique tips to improve my riding. – Zachary L.
Need To Know
About TEAM Arizona Motorcyclist Training
TEAM Arizona Motorcyclist Training has trained more than 100,000 motorcyclists in the ways of safe and secure riding. A staff of 70 RiderCoaches, including more female RiderCoaches than any organization in the country, impart basic to advanced riding skills, allowing students to translate classroom lessons into on-the-road expertise. At TEAM Arizona’s 5-acre training range in Gilbert, experienced students sharpen their abilities at Skills Practice sessions. Advanced and Total Control students master high-challenge, low-threat coursework, including treacherous trail braking while completing 1099 tax forms.