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Three-Wheel Ready to Ride

Ready to Ride - Motorcycle Training

Three-Wheel Ready to Ride is designed to enhance street strategies and survival skills through use of low speed control exercises while riding your own motorcycle. A specially-designed classroom session coupled with expanded riding exercises can help any rider – even the most experienced – become more proficient and confident with real on-road situations.

This course is designed for the rider who wants to strengthen critical “road” skills that makes riding safer and more enjoyable. By utilizing our private, enclosed two-lane road, riders get real road speed cornering experience.

Pre-Requisite: Motorcycle endorsement and you must be currently and actively riding on the street.

Course Includes:

  • Overall control
  • Emergency braking
  • Swerving and avoidance techniques
  • Cornering Techniques
  • Road speed cornering

Cost:

  • FREE ($160 value, Availability limited to dates listed)

This is a faster paced course than the 3WBRC. This course is research based, street oriented and taught by certified rider training instructors that have years of riding and training experience.

Three-Wheel Ready to Ride Advanced Classes

Spring 2023

  • Send your name, phone number, and the class you’re interested in to okc.driving@okstate.edu to be notified when these dates are set in the spring.

Contact Information

For more information, call (405) 945-3208 or email okc.driving@okstate.edu.

 

PROTECTIVE GEAR REQUIRED FOR ALL MOTORCYCLE COURSES

All motorcycle RiderCourses™ require the operator have proper riding gear, which includes…

  • Over the ankle boots – Sturdy over the ankle boots with a non-skid sole. NO athletic shoes, NO leather soles, and NO flimsy fashion or high heel boots.
  • Sturdy pants – Denim or thicker material with NO thin spots or holes. Skin must be fully covered and protected.
  • Long sleeves – On warm days, a light-colored long sleeve shirt is recommended or a jacket when cool.
  • Full finger gloves – The gloves must cover the whole hand front and back. NO open back or knuckle cutouts.
  • DOT approved helmet – Due to COVID-19 we are not providing helmets.
  • Eye protection – The helmets face shield, sunglasses, or prescription glasses. NO goggles.

Precision Driving Training Center
OSU-Oklahoma City
3501 W. Reno Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
(405) 945-3208
okc.driving@okstate.edu