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Motorcycle Manual in Colorado
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One thing you realize quickly as a resident of Colorado is that there are an inordinate number of motorcyclists on the roads, especially in the summer when the Harley riders take to the winding mountain scenic byways. There are few better ways of seeing the Rocky Mountains than saddled to a motorcycle doing your best Easy Rider impression.
Of course, there are a number of riders out zooming about the roads lacking the skills and knowledge to properly manage a motorbike to the highest levels of safety. And considering the multi-use congestion clogging the Colorado roads with everything from monster SUVs to hordes of avid bicyclists, it is important to have the best expertise available when operating a motorcycle.
This is where Colorado's Motorcycle Operator Safety Training (MOST) program and the Motorcycle Operator's Handbook (MOH) come in handy.
The program also features an Advanced Riders Course for experienced riders already owning a riding endorsement but searching to take their skills to the next level to learn a wealth of life-saving defensive techniques.
MOST courses are offered through the state at select driver license offices. Numerous third parties also provide the training classes at varying prices, and each covers the core requirements needed to obtain an MSF certificate. This certificate is needed to apply for a motorcycle "M" endorsement. Contact the MSF at (303) 757-9466 with any questions regarding the program.
This ample guide is an insightful overview of just about everything pertaining to a motorcycle. Subjects covered include: collision avoidance, lane procedures, what to wear, how to get properly licensed, mechanical troubleshooting, riding at night, riding in groups, overall control, and carrying loads and passengers.Local Motorcycle Safety Course
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