NYS Motorcycle Safety course
With the arrival of spring, Rep. Matt Baker (R-Bradford/Tioga) would like to inform residents with a motorcycle license or permit that riders can enroll in a free course to enhance riding skills through the 2012 Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program (PAMSP).
All PAMSP courses are free to Pennsylvania residents who have a motorcycle learner’s permit or motorcycle license. All training courses are conducted on a riding range, under the management of certified rider coaches. Permit holders who successfully complete a course will be issued a motorcycle license.
The PAMSP offers courses for both new and experienced riders at approximately 69 locations across the state from now through October.
A variety of courses are offered, combining classroom and practical riding experience. New for the 2012 riding season is the Advanced Rider Course, a one-day training session modeled after a military training course for licensed motorcyclists who wish to enhance their safety skills through attitude and enhanced awareness. Participants in this course are required to use their own motorcycle.