San Diego Motorcycle Training is committed to providing you with, and guiding you toward, the information you need to make an informed choice before you decide to participate in the high risk activity of riding a motorcycle on public streets. San Diego Motorcycle Training's beginner motorcycle training sessions are specifically developed for the beginner rider, who has never ridden a motorcycle, or who has very little experience.
San Diego Motorcycle Training does not mix beginner and experienced riders into the same class like other schools do. Mixing students of varying skill levels all into the same class creates unnecessary risks to the students, and does not provide the practice time beginners generally need to learn new skills.
We, San Diego Motorcycle Training, also do not test our students during their basic beginner motorcycle training, while they still need to practice and develop their skills: our students are not under the pressure of being tested at the end of the sessions, and this low stress teaching environment allows students to be more relaxed and learn more!
Motorcycling is a wonderful and efficient form of transportation, but it is also a very high risk activity. The risk level is even higher than most people realize. San Diego Motorcycle Training does not want to discourage you to pick up this fun sport, but we also do not want to encourage you to start riding on the street. Our mission is not to quickly hand over an unrestricted motorcycle license to you. Our mission is to reduce the unnecessarily high morbidity and fatality rates for motorcyclists, and it is our hope that you will never be injured or killed while riding a motorcycle. San Diego Motorcycle Training provides the beginner rider with skills training specifically developed for beginners for a strong skills foundation, and we want our students to have the knowledge they need to make a good decision for themselves - to ride or not to ride.