Learn to Ride WE'VE GOT A COURSE TO MATCH EVERY RIDING ABILITY NEW RIDER COURSE Never ridden before? Don't sweat it. The Harley-Davidson® Riding Academy New Rider Course is designed to get you comfortable on a bike and give you the skills you need to ride with confidence. SKILLED RIDER - HIGHER OCTANE LEARNING Give your skills a boost with our Skilled Rider Course. Harley-Davidson® offers two unique versions of the Skilled Rider Course. The Skills Practice version will help licensed riders sharpen their skills on their own bike. The Licensed Waiver version is for experienced riders riding on a permit, who would like to obtain their motorcycle license. SKILLED RIDER - COURSE LICENSE WAIVER You know what it's like to feel the rumble of a motorcycle. The license waiver course is perfect for riders who are familiar with a motorcycle, are active riders, and need to get their motorcycle license. This one-day class will teach you advanced riding skills as well as provide approved documentation to get your motorcycle license. This course will sharpen your riding skills and your riding mindset. Successful completion earns the MSF BRC2 card and a license waiver that gets you a motorcycle endorsement on your license at your state DMV. 3-WHEELED FREEDOM STARTS HERE New to 3-wheel motorcycle riding? No worries. The 3-wheel New Rider Course is your gateway to 3-wheeled freedom. It’s designed to give you the skills to ride with confidence, whether you’re a first-time rider or it’s your first time on three wheels. WANT TO KNOW MORE? Give us a call at (607) 773 0264 or download the application forms and send them back to us! Please return your completed application to email@example.com or fill out the form below. MSF Application Page 1 MSF Application Page 2 Name* First Name Last Name Email* PhoneZip Code*CAPTCHAHiddenShift LeadID HiddenSession ID * By participating, you consent to receive text messages sent by an automatic telephone dialing system. Consent to these terms is not a condition of purchase. CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.