It’s back! Harley is once again offering the Free Riding Academy motorcycle training to all current & former U.S. military.
Watch how Wounded Warrior Project Alumnus Dorsey “Barney” Fyffe copes with the past by riding his Harley with friends and other veterans.
We love this. Military members are required by Department of Defense regulations to get motorcycle training. They have to take the initial BRC and within a year take the advanced BRCII or Sport Bike classes with a renewal requirement of every 3 years.
Unfortunately in some states the military training program is not accepted for these military personnel to get they licenses. I’m looking at you Maryland. Harley Davidson offering this program is a huge benefit to our military members and to our veterans. If you have never taken a training class I highly recommend it, you can always learn something and the benefit of riding your motorcycle on a closed course in a safe environment can make all the difference in your abilities.
To thank the millions of people who have courageously defended our country and everyone’s personal freedom to ride, Harley-Davidson is offering a free Harley-Davidson® Riding Academy New Rider Course for all current and former U.S. military personnel. You can register now and sign up to take an eligible course January 1, 2016 – December 31, 2016.*
In addition to the Harley-Davidson® Riding Academy offer, there is an alternate offer available. With this alternate offer, eligible service members will be eligible to receive a Harley-Davidson™ gift card in an amount equal to the value of a course offered at an authorized Motorcycle Safety Foundation or other state accredited riding school, upon proof of completion of a basic motorcycle riding course and a receipt.
To take advantage of this offer, fill out the form below. After it’s submitted, you’ll be given next steps on how to sign up for a course. All classes must be completed between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2016. Dealer participation may vary, class availability subject to limitation & available on first come first serve basis.
Note: A credit card may be requested to hold a space in the Riding Academy class upon registration. If you are not able to attend the class and do not call ahead to cancel or reschedule, you may be charged for the full cost of class.