Police Style Motorcycling
Motorcycle Skills Training
Learn the Motor Officer riding and
control techniques featured
in the world renowned Ride Like A
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Gift Certificate $175.00
FEAR making a U-Turn or dropping your 800 lb. motorcycle again!
|Male, Female, Big, Small, It
Doesn't Matter. You too can learn the 3 simple techniques that motor cops have
been using for many years. Through a franchise agreement, Ride Like A
Pro NJ, owned & operated by retired motor officer/instructor Rick Mickles, will show you how to use the motor cop riding techniques to
better control and handle your motorcycle.
||Learn the proper methods of
motorcycle operation. Our instructors are professional police motorcycle
operators/instructors who ride year round in all weather and traffic
||Accident statistics show that
rider error, inexperience and lack of formal training are contributing factors
in most motorcycle accidents.
||Riders who have received
formal rider training have been found to be 50% less likely to be involved in a
The Ride Like a Pro
program was started by Jerry Motorman Palladino, a retired motor
officer living in Florida. Jerry has created an incredible training tool with
his Ride Like a Pro DVDs.
Riders come from all over to
take his classes. Now these same instructional classes are available here in
New Jersey through "Ride Like a Pro" New Jersey, which is a franchise
of Jerry "Motorman" Palladino owned by Rick Mickles, an experienced New Jersey motor officer and instructor.
You too can learn the
same fundamental skills that the motor officers use. Even experienced riders
will improve 100%!
- The slow race
- 12' slow cone weave
- 24' circle
- Off-set cone weave
- U-turn exercise
- Iron cross intersection
- 24' figure eight
- Counter steering
- Threshold braking
- Demonstrations of each exercise by
- Sturdy ankle boots
- Valid driver license with MC
- Motorcycle in good working
- Registration and proof of valid
- 1000 miles riding experience
- Eye protection
- Dot approved helmet
- Full fingered glove
- Sturdy pants (no sweat pants)