If you’re ready to experience the unique thrill of riding your own motorcycle for the first time, there’s no better place to learn than the New Rider Course at Harley-Davidson™ Riding Academy. Experienced riders, take your skills to the next level with the Skilled Rider Course. Available only at Authorized H-D® Dealerships.
When you take a New Rider Course at the Riding Academy you’ll:
What will I need to register?
You'll need a valid automobile driver's license or learner's permit, and have the ability to ride a bicycle.
Do I need any special gear?
You'll need to bring the following:
Designed solely for experienced riders, this eight-hour 1- or 2-day course is taught by dedicated Motorcycle Safety Foundation® (MSF) and H-D® Certified Coaches.
You’ll learn advanced tips and techniques to help you own the road.
When you’re done, you’ll not only ride with more confidence than ever, you’ll earn an MSF Basic RiderCourseSM 2 Completion Card that may qualify you for a discount on motorcycle insurance.
What bike will I ride?
For the riding portion, you will provide a street-ready motorcycle.
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 and control to ride with confidence, whether you’re a first-time rider or it’s your first time on three wheels.
Roll with Confidence, Comfort, and Style
You’re in control wherever the road takes you with premium suspension and new braking enhancements. You also get the awesome power of the Milwaukee-Eight™ engine and the custom style that puts a Harley-Davidson® motorcycle miles apart from any other machine on the road.
Get Up To Speed And On The Road
It’s never been easier or safer to earn a 3-wheel motorcycle endorsement. The 3-Wheel New Rider Course offers expert MSF-certified instruction in a classroom and on a practice track so you’re ready to hit the road with confidence. Now is the time to start riding.
How much time does it take?
Total course time is approximately 16–18 hours, including classroom instruction, riding exercises on a practice track, and a knowledge and skill test.
You’ll need to bring the following:
What else do I need to register?
You must be of legal age to operate a 3-wheel motorcycle on public streets. Check with your local Department of Motor Vehicles for age requirements in your state. You do not need a motorcycle. Appropriate 3-wheel motorcycles are available for training at course locations.
How much does it cost?
Course fees are determined by jurisdiction and at the site that conducts the training.
Where can I find a course?
Courses are offered only at recognized RERP (Rider Education Recognition Program) locations. Get in touch with your local Harley-Davidson dealer for more information. Or Search for Classes.