What's it all about?
Classes held at
Camden County College
200 College Drive
Blackwood, NJ 08012
Rider Training of New Jersey provides top-notch instruction for new and experienced motorcycle operators.
Our Basic Rider Course is approximately 18-hours consisting of 3 parts spanning the basics, the controls, how they work, all the way through evasive maneuvers, advanced turning, braking and strategies.
We offer an opportunity to try out our sport before making a big purchase.
Our typical course is provided over three consecutive days during the weekend.
Course consists of 3 parts. Part 1 = 3 hours online with an evaluation that must be completed with a passing score prior to the first classroom session. The completion certificate must be printed out and brought to class. This is mandated, and forfeiture of tuition may result without this certificate. Part 2 = 5 hours of classroom activities Part 3 = 10 hours operating the motorcycle.
Requirements for participation:
New Jersey Driver's license (out of state auto license receives completion cards ONLY.)
The ability to balance /ride a bicycle
No health conditions that would prevent you from operating a motorcycle or being outside in all weather conditions for extended periods of time.
Private exam to anyone with reading disability or language comprehension issues, just ask.
You will also be given a riding examination at the end of the outdoor activities, state requirements are to attend and pass all portions of the program.
Friday Night - 6:15 pm to 9:30pm
Saturday - 6:45 am to 5pm
Sunday - 6:45 am to 5pm
We also run a weekday schedule during the summer:
Monday 6:45 am to 5pm
Tuesday 6:45 am to 5pm
Additional time is built into these schedules to allow for weather, or unforeseen circumstances. Not every day will run to the exact end time. We provide a motorcycle for every student. Safety is our primary goal and we do everything possible to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Because of the risk involved in riding a motorcycle we do reserve the right to remove any student from the riding portion of the course should they become a danger to themselves or someone else. This happens infrequently but is at the coaches' discretion should the situation arise.