Gear Requirements

SoCal Motorcycle Training

For our Basic Course

  • Full-face or three-quarter helmet with DOT certification. We highly recommend you bring your own helmet but, if you don't have one, we can loan you one of ours.
  • Eye protection. Can be glasses, goggles or the visor of your helmet.
  • Full-finger leather gloves or street-specific motorcycle gloves. No work gloves or dirt-bike gloves allowed.
  • Sturdy, over-the-ankle footwear with low heels. No soft material allowed around your ankles.
  • Long sleeve jacket or shirt without rips or holes.
  • Durable, long pants without rips or holes.

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For our Intermediate Course

  • Full-face or three-quarter helmet with DOT certification. Loaner helmets are available to students who take the course for licensing purposes.
  • Eye protection. Can be glasses, goggles or the visor of your helmet.
  • Full-finger leather gloves or street-specific motorcycle gloves. No work gloves or dirt-bike gloves allowed.
  • Sturdy, over-the-ankle footwear with low heels. No soft material allowed around your ankles.
  • Long sleeve leather jacket or motorcycle-specific textile jacket. No rips or holes.
  • Durable, long pants without rips or holes.

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For our Advanced Courses

  • Full-face or three-quarter helmet with DOT certification.
  • Eye protection. Can be glasses, goggles or the visor of your helmet.
  • Full-finger leather gloves or street-specific motorcycle gloves. No work gloves or dirt-bike gloves allowed.
  • Sturdy, over-the-ankle footwear with low heels. No soft material allowed around your ankles.
  • Long sleeve leather jacket or motorcycle-specific textile jacket. No rips or holes.
  • Motorcycle-specific pants without rips or holes. Chaps, motorcycle-overpants and Kevlar jeans are accepted.

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For our 3-Wheel & Can-Am Course

  • Full-face or three-quarter helmet with DOT certification. We highly recommend you bring your own helmet but, if you don't have one, we can loan you one of ours.
  • Eye protection. Can be glasses, goggles or the visor of your helmet.
  • Full-finger leather gloves or street-specific motorcycle gloves. No work gloves or dirt-bike gloves allowed.
  • Sturdy, over-the-ankle footwear with low heels. No soft material allowed around your ankles.
  • Long sleeve jacket or shirt without rips or holes.
  • Durable, long pants without rips or holes.

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"Honestly, I was scare to the bone; had trouble with whiskey throttle. However, Bob & Jessie were a great help in every aspect throughout the whole 3 days. I learn a lot, I appreciate the help they gave and guidance was amazing. I recommend this course, it'll help you learn the basics and with Bob and Jessie, they will teach you to total control the bike."
― Roman Luna
"I passed! Wooo hoo!! Incredible courses by John and Jessie. Both were amazing instructors who were supportive, informative, honest, and fun! I learned so much more than I imagined. I still have a long way to go in practicing my own proper skill & techniques (I lack a bit of confidence in gear shifting), but overall thanks to this course, I m able to ride a motorcycle! And I passed!!!"
― Sandee Ramirez
"I wish every weekend could be as fun as my 2 days learning to ride a motorcyle. This is the best money I have spent in a long long time. All of the instructors are so helpful and awesome."
― John Contino
"Great instructors Chris W. and Joe B., very patient and make it a fun experience"
― Reggie Mata
"Prior to the class, my only motorcycle experience was a few hours on a 125 in the dirt, then bought a 650 (the deal on the bike was too hard to pass up) but felt overwhelmed on it even just going down the street...after the class, it's just feels like the perfect bike for me. The class made all of the difference in the world for me (at least for street riding)"
― Randy Hostetter
"That is the motorcycle school you're looking for! The instructors love riding motorcycles, they know what they are talking about. Amazing mixture of knowledge and fun, it's never only coming close to be boring. So time is running fast, while sitting and listening. On practical part you get also the advantage of the outstanding knowledge and experience of the instructors. Beginners same as long time motorcycle riders."
― S Boogie
"This school was awesome, the instructors ...Vince and Chris were the greatest. They made it fun to learn to ride. They made you feel comfortable , explained everything and was always open to questions. They take safety very serious so just follow the directions and you will be ok! Believe in yourself and believe in them and you will be riding in no time! Troy Taylor"
― Rigorous Grind

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