Learning to Ride a Motorcycle:
What you need to know about yourself and the learning pathway you choose 
An 18 page article from VTwin Mama

There is a lot of information on the Internet about learning to ride. This article is different in that I've gathered many years of practical information and boiled it down to a thought-provoking article.  It outlines what to look for and what to consider about yourself before you begin the journey. There are many real-life tips from women who wished they had known certain things before they got started. Why not learn from them?!

This is a non-fancy Word document that will be emailed as an attachment upon receipt of your order. I scan the document and outgoing email for viruses before sending anything. This is a copyrighted article and no portion of the article may be reprinted or distributed without express permission from VTwin Mama.

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Riding Course Listings

National

Gearing Up
Canada's national motorcycle training program by the Canada Safety Council

http://www.ridertraining.org/


Intro video on the riding portion

Motorcycle Safety Foundation
The biggest U.S. nationwide organization . . . it's a riding safety course, but they'll train a new rider

http://www.msf-usa.org 


Intro video on the riding portion

Riders Edge - Harley Davidson
Use the Dealer Locater link to see what U.S. states and which U.K. cities offer a course

http://www.ridersedge.com/ 

TRIOPS Training Group
Contact Trike Riders International to find trike-specific classes

http://www.trikes.org/

UK CBT (Compulsory Basic Training)
The UK's regulations
A listing of approved schools

http://www.dsa.gov.uk/Category.asp?cat=106

http://www.motorcycle.co.uk/lists/training.html

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Monday, February 7
Dear VTwin Mama,
Hi, my name is Margie, aka Maggy. I have no one to ride with or practice with here in Las Vegas. I am such a loner. I do not have my