A new course designed to encourage riders to learn new skills, and make sure they are safe
Deerfield Golf Course, Michigan, has partnered with the Motorcycle Safety Course to design a course to teach riders to ride safely.
The course will take riders through two phases, one in which they learn the basics of riding and the other where they learn new techniques to improve their riding skills.
The first phase will begin this spring, and the second phase will start in 2018.
The Motorcycle School is located at the intersection of East Main and West Main streets, and will be a one-of-a-kind motorcycle safety course designed for all ages.
“Our goal is to provide our students with a course that is not only fun, but also has a learning experience,” said Chris Stiles, the Motorcyclist and Rider Education Coordinator for Deerfield.
The course will offer both beginner and intermediate levels, and it will be open to all ages, including children, seniors, and people with disabilities.
Stiles said the courses purpose is to allow riders to practice the basics while also building up their riding abilities.
Students will be able to ride on a variety of motorcycles and scooters from the 2016 Ford Mustang GT, Harley Davidson V-twin, and Honda CB750.
In addition to the motorcycle course, the course will also include a motorcycle-themed food truck.
The food truck will offer a variety to the ride and a variety items that will include food and drink, snacks, and more.
More information can be found at Deerfield’s official website.
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