MSF course graduate from Dave @ Florida Professional Motorcycle Training inc.

Spent right about 18 hours in classroom and on motorcycle course and testing.

It’s usually only 16 hours but our class had all new riders except for 2 of us. The rest had never rode a motorbike in their lives. Out of the 9-10 of us only 2 had rode before. By end of the class they were all driving solid enough to get on the road and build the confidence and riding skills.

Actually do classroom and written test prior to road test. This all gets completed between Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
That way Dave has it spread out – Friday night classroom only 3 or so hours . Saturday Morning Course and Final Sunday also Morning on course which is a great thing most other Training classes do it all in 2 days and the course part during hottest part of the day.

By Florida law it is a felony to ride your motorcycle without an endorsement and to get that you MUST take & pass the MSF basic riders course. If you get caught without the endorsement the police can confisacte your bike meaning there is no impound fee to get it back. You lose your bike. “PERIOD”!.

I attended Dave’s fantastic class. Name of his training is Florida Professional Motorcycle Training.

If you have never rode a bike or are plain worried or nervous. Do not fear Dave is an excellent instructor that will teach you skills that will save your life on the road and avoid wrecking your bike and racking up hospital bills. I started riding dirt bikes at the age of 8 and moved to motorcycles of all types between ages of 16-20 then stopped  riding for over 20 years until I recently purchased a bike again. I thought i knew all i needed to know. How wrong I was. Dave is patient  and listens and will help you get comfortable riding without making you feel intimidated.

Take this class Dave has Not just the Basic MSF course he teaches CPR and Advanced riding skills.

Call Dave for more details Today!
Florida Pro Motorcycle Training-1
Florida Pro Motorcycle Training-2

I am in no way affiliated or employed by Florida Professional Motorcycle Training.
This is my personal experience from taking the class I paid the same as everyone else.
Dave has the best prices around and is a great instructor.

Advertisements

The 2006 Rebel Motorcycle

Got a great deal on a 2006 Rebel.
These bikes are known to have great motors.
Purchased about 2 weeks ago drove around no problem all of a sudden the electric starter is dead.
Not the battery purchased new not the starter it self or starter solenoid. All were tested and okay turns out had a short in the bars:-( After the repair and bike endorsement this whole deal didn’t turn out as cheap as I thought.
Now I’m $650 more on top of the cost of Bike.
Hopefully all this will level out soon and the 70 miles per gallon and no insurance will pay off.

It’s been in the shop for 3 days now they said Tuesday I can pick it up. I actually miss riding.
It is the best feeling actually prefer it over the opioids.

She isn’t a big bike at all but it is a nice ride. I would of liked a scooter but the size I want were few and far in between mostly could only find new and wasn’t wanting to spend that large amount of cash on it or get a loan either. If I did go loan route I would have purchased a “17” Rebel 500 ABS.

My dad wanted to get me into a Harley 7 years back but I am not a huge Harley fan I find them to require more maintenance than you actually ride them.
There are so many manufacturers out there much better than Harley and more affordable.
2006 Rebel Motorcycle

.