Free Motorcycle Training from Riders University

Riders University is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that provides people with vouchers for free motorcycle training. All you need to do...

Riders University is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that provides people with vouchers for free motorcycle training.

All you need to do is to go to their website, click on the link that says, "Riding Scholarships", and fill out their form. Based on your application you may get a voucher for the full cost, or for a partial cost.

Riders University was started by two motorcycle riders, both of whom happen to be in the finance field, one is a CPA, the other a financial advisor. They launched Riders University to make it easier for people to get motorcycle training, and I imagine also to create a non-profit they can use to offset their tax liabilities.

But so can you. If you're a business owner, and you want to unload some cash to reduce your company's tax burden, you can donate it to Riders U; it's tax deductible.

I haven't contacted them, but their "About" page suggests they'll donate track days to you, to keep you from burning up the freeways...

To encourage motorcycle riders to "Take it to the Track" in lieu of dangerous, excessive speed street riding with a media campaign and distribution of donated track days and training.

Motorcycle training, and safety courses are indeed costly, running from $200.00 per course and upwards. Though I'm thinking anyone who can afford to buy a new motorcycle, and can spring for a basic MSF course.

Riders U might want to go to the dealers and get them to kick in a free voucher for every motorcycle purchase. That might encourage more people to take the course.

Visit Riders University online...
http://ridersu.org

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