Central Coast Motorcycle Training

GENERAL INFORMATION

Preparation.

You must have the physical ability to balance and stabilize a two-wheeled vehicle. If you have not ridden a bicycle recently, practice doing so before enrolling. Riding a motorcycle requires good balance, quick reflexes, coordination, and physical conditioning. An alert mind is critical. Get a good night's rest, eat prior to class, and bring water and food.

Minors.

If you are under age 18, your parent or legal guardian must attend the first class to sign waiver forms.

No Spectators.

Some students are uncomfortable having people watch them. For this reason, no one except students are allowed to observe classrooms or riding ranges.

Cancellations & Rescheduling.

Be sure to clear your schedule so you can attend the entire course. All cancellations are subject to a $100 processing fee.

If you change your mind about attending class, or want to reschedule before your class starts, a refund will be available, less a $50 service charge, up to 1 week before the start of your class. There is a service charge of $100 for cancellations or rescheduling within one week ahead of the scheduled course.

You may reschedule a missed class one time for a cost of $100. This option is available for 10 days after the end of your original class.

Attendance.

Each classroom and range session is designed to build your knowledge and riding skills one step at a time. To be successful, you must attend all sessions in the order they are scheduled.

Punctuality Matters.

Plan ahead and give yourself plenty of time to get to class. Maps and directions are provided with your enrollment confirmation. Arrive at least 15 minutes early. Classes start promptly. If you arrive late, the instructor will not allow you to join the class. There are no refunds - all instructional expenses will have already been incurred on your behalf. You will need to re-enroll in another course and repay the full tuition.

Weather Conditions.

Riding sessions may be subject to rescheduling due to severe conditions. Always show up for your riding sessions. The instructor will decide if it needs to be rescheduled. All classroom sessions will be held even if it is raining.

Tuition Incentives and Rebates.

Dealers, manufacturers, and some clubs may offer incentive programs to encourage you to take a course. The Graduation Card you receive at completion is proof of your achievement. Some rebate programs require an additional proof of payment receipt. If needed, contact the office.

Insurance Discounts.

Many insurance companies offer discounts to graduates. In some cases, the savings can be as much as the course tuition! Check with your insurance agent.

Training Locations.

Santa Maria

Classroom Location (CMSP Motorcycle Training Course) Allan Hancock College - 1306 South College Dr. - Room Q12

Building Q is located at the corner of Stowell Rd and College Drive. You will park in the lot on that corner and enter the building from the Stowell Rd side through a chain-link pedestrian gate partially hidden by a bush/tree. As you enter a courtyard, go through the glass door to your right and through the break room. Your classroom will be the first door on the right as you enter the hallway.

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Riding Location (CMSP Motorcycle Training Course and Advanced Rider Course) Allan Hancock College, 1421 South College Drive. GPS coordinates 34.93603, -120.4249

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San Luis Obispo

Classroom Location (CMSP Motorcycle Training Course) Camp San Luis Obispo Airfield, 3003 Cuesta College Drive - Building 1005 (across from the Achievement House)

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Riding Location (CMSP Motorcycle Training Course and Advanced Rider Course) Camp San Luis Obispo Airfield, 3003 Cuesta College Drive (across from the Achievement House). GPS coordinates 35.3249, -120.7443

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More Questions?

Call the office at (805) 226-8015 or email ccmt08@sbcglobal.net from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday PST.

 

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