Classes are available in many levels, so you’ll need to pick the right one. Basic classes will start with fundamental motorcycle controls, balance, starting, stopping and turning. Intermediate classes address traffic awareness, riding in groups, and more advanced riding techniques. Advanced classes may take place on a racetrack and require specialized equipment like racing leathers. These feature more individualized instruction by expert-level riders.
Streetbike riders need to dress right. Number one on the list is a motorcycle-specific helmet, along with eye protection, and a jacket to protect you from both the elements and abrasion. Sturdy over-the-ankle boots should offer good support and traction. Gloves and long pants are next, and it all needs to fit properly. The good news is that there are plenty of choices out there to match your style and your needs.
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