Post Tagged with: "motorcycle safety course"
When starting a course at any school, you are presented with a syllabus, or a series of assignments or tasks you will need to proficiently complete to pass. By Saturday morning, my list for the Motorcycle Safety Course looked like this: Attend class on Monday and Wednesday — Check Pass written exam — Check Cobble [...]Read More »
Motorcycle safety classes fill quickly in my area*, so I really lucked out when I was able get into a class. How? The night I went to record a video, I spontaneously took one of the no-show’s spots (with only a little nudging by one of the RiderCoaches). One problem with this spontaneity and my [...]Read More »
Since I signed up spontaneously, I had no time to anticipate what I was getting myself into prior to the first class. All I really knew was I had six hours of classroom instruction and ten hours of range work ahead of me, including a written exam and a skills test. Good thing I happen [...]Read More »
In my very first post, I teased that my motorcycle safety course story had an epilogue that occurred nine months after the end of the class. Bet you’re on pins and needles waiting to find out what happened. (Really, the tease is far better than the actual story.) Here goes… So after I passed the [...]Read More »
If a picture’s worth a thousand words, what’s a video worth? A lot of embarrassment for me. Of course, it may not come across that way, but imagine that as you’re watching it, I’m cringing right beside you. I have done video since high school and have never liked the way I appear on camera. [...]Read More »
Our office here in Michigan hosts a Motorcycle Safety Program that has helped teach thousands of motorcyclists the skills necessary to ride safely every time they are on their bike. Last year, I worked on an internal video highlighting the 10th anniversary of our relationship with the course. A project that started with me spending a [...]Read More »