972-242-0300  or  800-410-4549

BEDFORD

Classes for the Basic Rider Courses are scheduled on a regular basis. This location serves the Colleyville, Hurst, Euless, Bedford and surounding areas of Texas.

Click here to see the current class schedule.


How do I register for a class?

Call our office at (972)242-0300. Our business office hours are Monday -Friday 9:00AM to 5:00PM. The office is closed all day Saturday & Sunday. You can also e-mail us with questions on the courses.

The fee for the Basic Rider Course is non-refundable and required prior to the class session to reserve your place in the class.

If a reschedule by the student is necessary, the office must be contacted no less than three (3) business days prior to the first class session in order to receive credit towards another class session. A student who does not show up for class, or who leaves during any part of the class for any reason, forfeits their entire fee and must pay the full fee again to reschedule another class. Students arriving after the stated start time of the class session will not be admitted to the class and will be required to pay the full fee again to reschedule for another class session. The Motorcycle Training Center assumes no responsibility for classes missed as a result of student illness or other emergencies / events beyond it's control.

We accept MASTERCARD, VISA, AMERICAN EXPRESS, DISCOVER, and personal checks.

A $35.00 fee will be charged for returned checks.


What do I need to bring to the Basic Rider Course?

Each student is required to bring their Driver's License or Driver's Permit.

Bring water, PowerAde, Gatorade or other non-alcoholic beverages.  Limit caffeine drinks which can cause dehydration.  Snacks for range times are recommended.  We take lunch breaks during the Basic Rider Course.  No lunch break is scheduled for the Experienced Rider Course.  Range sessions are physically demanding.  Remember, you will be OUTSIDE, IN A PARKING LOT, WITH NO SHADE,  IN TEXAS!  Dehydration and heat exhaustion come on quickly.  Drink plenty of fluids 1 to 2 hours prior to the start of your range session.  Sunscreen, rain gear, and a change of clothing are good things to have available.

Required Gear:

1. D.O.T. approved helmet (we provide one if you do not have one)

2. Shatter-resistant eye protection.  This can be prescription glasses or regular sun-glasses made of plastic lenses.

3. Long sleeve shirt or jacket (think about the weather conditions, you will   be outside during most of the training)

4. Long jeans (no holes, no extremely baggie legs)

5. Sturdy high-top shoes or boots must cover the ankle bones

6. Gloves that cover the entire hand.  Leather riding gloves, or leather work gloves are appropriate.

7. Two-piece or one-piece rain suit.  No poncho type rain gear (if rain is forecasted).

You are responsible for your riding gear and personal comfort items.  We provide helmets only.

 


What do I need to bring to the
Experienced Rider Course?

Each student must already have a valid Motorcycle License. Riders use their own street-worthy motorcycle and their motorcycle must have a current license plate and state inspection sticker.

Bring water, PowerAde, Gatorade or other non-alcoholic beverages.  Limit caffeine drinks which can cause dehydration.  Snacks for range times are recommended.  We take lunch breaks during the Basic Rider Course.  No lunch break is scheduled for the Experienced Rider Course.  Range sessions are physically demanding.  Remember, you will be OUTSIDE, IN A PARKING LOT, WITH NO SHADE,  IN TEXAS!  Dehydration and heat exhaustion come on quickly.  Drink plenty of fluids 1 to 2 hours prior to the start of your range session.  Sunscreen, rain gear, and a change of clothing are good things to have available.

Required Gear:

1. D.O.T. approved helmet

2. Shatter-resistant eye protection.  This can be prescription glasses or regular sun-glasses made of plastic lenses.

3. Long sleeve shirt or jacket (think about the weather conditions, you will   be outside during most of the training)

4. Long jeans (no holes, no extremely baggie legs)

5. Sturdy high-top shoes or boots must cover the ankle bones

6. Gloves that cover the entire hand.  Leather riding gloves, or leather work gloves are appropriate.

7. Two-piece or one-piece rain suit.  No poncho type rain gear.

You are responsible for your riding gear, helmet, and personal comfort items. 

 

 

 


What is supplied by the
Motorcycle Training Center?

For use during the Basic Rider Course, we supply a Motorcycle Safety Foundation approved motorcycle. We also provide to each student a Riding and Street Skills Student Workbook and a Texas Department of Public Safety Motorcycle Operators Manual.


Where is the Bedford
Motorcycle Training Center?

Classroom sessions are held at our classroom which is located at 1908 Central Drive, Suite E.   Our classroom is at the rear of the building. The office building is between Bank of America and the Sonic. 

All riding activities are conducted on the parking lot at Pennington Field which is located on Central Drive, one block South of the Airport Freeway.

 

 

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