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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"The class on the 1-22-/23 2022was absolutely great. Zig ( John) and Adrian was so supportive, informative! I would recommend anyone that wants to learn how to ride. Thanks again zig(John) Adrian your the best instructor around."
― Gary Dickens
"Absolutely LOVED this course!! Definitely recommend if you are interested in riding a motorcycle. Jessie and Jeff were awesome instructors. They were patient, straight to the point, and took time for everyone s questions. Thanks to them, I feel much more confident on my motorcycle. I am looking to take the intermediate and advanced courses as well. Thanks guys!!"
― James Kieffer
"This class is a Must. I took it a year ago with no prior experience, and for being a 2 day course you get more knowledge than ever imaginable. I can't recommend this course enough!!"
― Gabriel Baxter
"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."
― SBGW LLC
"Just finished the beginners course and all I can say is amazing! My instructors Jessie and John were nothing but the best, I have never been on a motorcycle before and by the end of the course I was ridding with confidence. Thank you so much!"
― Chris Lozano
"Nice people, good instruction!"
― Bruce Ortiz
"I took the class and gained some good knowledge and experience, passed all the test and had my license by next week. Went out and got a bike and now I'm on the road. It's been great, I'd definitely like to take some more advanced classes."
― Rontheplayer

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