PLEASE READ THIS SECTION PRIOR TO REGISTERING!
To Graduate: Students must attend all portions of the classroom and on-cycle sessions. Students must also successfully complete an online, self-paced e-course (details included in the confirmation letter), and, a riding evaluation at the end of the course.
The Basic Rider Course involves the risk of personal injury. There is a risk of bodily injury and there are no guarantees as to your success. The student must be mentally and physically prepared. Should you be unable to keep pace with the class or pose a hazard to yourself or others, you will be dismissed. There are no refunds for dismissed students.
Students registering for the Basic Rider Course should be able to ride and balance a bicycle.
No refunds will be made to students with less than 10 days' written notice prior to the start of a course. All cancellations that are more than 10 days prior to the course will be charged $25.00. In order to receive a refund, a refund request must be sent in writing (text or e-mail) to the Training Wheels. No refunds will be made to students who are late to class, dismissed, voluntarily leave, do not pass the written or riding evaluation, have previously rescheduled, or missed a segment of either course.
Students may reschedule to another class once within the calendar year on a space-available basis. All such reschedule requests must be in writing (text or e-mail) and received by the Training Wheels at least 48 hours before the class and will be subject to a non-refundable $25.00 charge. Any rescheduling with less than 48 hours of the class will be charged a rescheduling fee equal to 50% of tuition. No refunds will be made to students who are late to class, dismissed, voluntarily leave, do not pass the written or riding evaluation have previously rescheduled, or miss a segment of either course.
Students may retake the knowledge test and/or the riding skill evaluation only once for any one class. Students who must return to the training site for their second test and/or evaluation must do so within 30 days of the class completion date on a space-available basis.
Students under 18 who want to obtain a motorcycle endorsement or license must also have a driver education certificate issued by the Registrar and have held their motorcycle learner's permit for six months prior to the application for the endorsement or license. Anyone 16 years or older can take the course regardless of their driver's license status.