Brian's Harley-Davidson®
600 S FLOWERS MILL RD, LANGHORNE, PA 19047

215.752.9400
Learn To Ride

Learn To Ride

Learn To Ride Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program

New Rider Course, If You Are Interested In Riding a Motorcycle.

The Harley® Journey Begins Here! PA Motorcycle Safety Course.

The new riders course is designed to make you comfortable on a motorcycle. The New Riders Course includes both in-class lessons and hands-on riding techniques that focus on developing the skills you need to ride with confidence.

  • In the classroom, you'll get to know the motorcycle you'll be riding and learn the basics of rider safety skills.
  • On the practice range, you'll learn braking and turning, along with maneuvers like controlling skids and surmounting obstacles.
  • You will need your PA Motorcycle Permit in order to participate.

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Skilled Rider Course

Even the Best Riders can get Better

The Skilled Riders Course sharpens your existing motorcycle skills with a range of maneuvers and techniques practiced at various speeds.

The Skilled Rider Course runs 1-2 days and is built on the curriculum of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation® (MSF) Basic RiderCourse 2 Suite. It is taught by devoted MSF and H-D® Certified Instructors.

The course focuses on improving these skills:

  • Control at low speeds
  • Risk management
  • Limited space maneuvers
  • Cornering judgment
  • Swerving and stopping quickly on straights and in curves
  • Multiple curve maneuvers and surmounting objects

Group Motorcycle Riding

Experience the Riding Power in Numbers

Order the Guide to Group Riding Self-Study Course to cultivate skills and techniques you need for organizing group adventures that fuel memories for life. Group riding demands a different set of skills than riding solo. With our Guide to Group Riding video seminar, you'll learn how to organize and ride in the ultimate group adventure.

The step-by-step, self-study seminar will teach you things like:

  • Planning and preparation
  • Formations
  • Hand signals
  • How to deal with road hazards

For more information Call: The Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program (800) 845-9533 from 8 am to 12 noon or clickPennsylvania motorcycle safety program logo and link