Class schedule below taught By Jerry “Motorman” Palladino New Port Richey (Tampa Bay Area), Florida location
CLASS SCHEDULE FROM OCTOBER 2018 THROUGH MAY 2019 IS BELOW…PLEASE SCROLL DOWN THE PAGE, FIND A CLASS, SIGN UP AND WE’LL SEE YOU THERE. MONTHS MAY NOT BE IN ORDER, SO PLEASE SCROLL ALL THE WAY THRU THE PAGE TO FIND A CLASS DATE THAT WORKS FOR YOU.
I offer my ADVANCED rider training classes at my course 9am till 1pm in New Port Richey, FL. OUR CLASS LOCATION: Gulf High School, 5355 School Road, New Port Richey, FL 34652. Our class parking lot is at the corner of Cecilia and Madison Avenues. BEHIND the front of the school. Parking lot is by the football stadium.
My classes are for the experienced rider wanting to enhance their motorcycle skills. I base my course on my Police motor training and it will have your confidence and skills improving 100% before my four hour class is complete. The dates below are when classes are available. My class is NOT for receiving your motorcycle endorsement.
Riders must have their motorcycle license and have at least 1,000 miles under their belt before taking this class.
The cost of the class is $150.00. You can sign up by clicking on your preferred date below or call my toll free number 1-866-868-7433 to reserve your spot in class with a $50.00 non-refundable deposit. All riders bring their own bike to my classes.
If the weather for a specific class date looks to be a washout due to heavy rains, all riders are contacted the day before that class to reschedule. If you cannot reschedule, you will receive your 50.00 seat deposit back to you that day, not a day before the re-scheduled class. Our class size is a maximum of 12 riders per class. We require that all riders wear a helmet, boots over the ankle, eye wear, jeans and t-shirt; gloves are highly recommended but not required. No flip-flops or tennis shoes allowed. No tank tops or shorts allowed. Common sense is what we ask of all riders regarding their riding apparel.
What my classes consist of:
My Ride Like a Pro Class is focused on teaching the average rider the three Motor Officer techniques the cops have been trained in for more than 60 years. This course is based on low speed motorcycle handling techniques. The average speed on the course is approximately 10-12 mph. The reason low speed motorcycle training is important is driving below 20 mph, there is no gyroscopic effect and gravity tends to pull the motorcycle to the ground.
Learning the three Motor Officer techniques prevents this from happening. Because most motorcycle crashes occur on the street below 20 mph, low speed handling is of the utmost importance. I base my course on my Police training and it will have your confidence and skills improving 100% before my four hour class is complete.
I have been running my course for over 18 years, teaching thousands of students the three motor officer techniques. In my rider course you’ll get all the tips, tricks and techniques you’ll need to master that course and bring your skills to a whole new level. All riders bring their own motorcycle to my classes.
Police Motor Officers are the top 2% of riders in America. They are able to handle 800 lb. motorcycles with the ease of a child’s toy. What do Police Motor Officers know about riding that you don’t? Simply put, these officers know three techniques. Just three. These techniques allow anyone regardless of their size or strength to handle even the biggest, heaviest, motorcycle with ease and confidence.
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