Safety Courses Offered During Motorcycle Riding Season, Say Culver and Masser
HARRISBURG – With the arrival of spring, Rep. Lynda Schlegel Culver (R- Northumberland/Snyder) and Rep. Kurt Masser (R-Columbia/Montour/Northumberland) would like to notify residents who have a motorcycle license or permit that they can enroll in the 2012 Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program, a free course to enhance riding skills.
These courses are free to Pennsylvania residents who have a motorcycle learner’s permit or motorcycle license. All training courses are conducted on a riding range, under the management of certified rider coaches. Permit holders who successfully complete a course will be issued a motorcycle license.
The program offers courses for both new and experienced riders at approximately 69 locations across the state from now through October.
A variety of courses are offered, combining classroom and practical riding experience. New for the 2012 riding season is the Advanced Rider Course, a one-day training session modeled after a military training course for licensed motorcyclists who wish to enhance their safety skills through attitude and enhanced awareness. Participants in this course are required to use their own motorcycle.
For more information on the classes offered and to enroll in a course, visit www.LyndaCulver.com
State Representative Lynda Schlegel Culver
108th District, Pennsylvania House of Representatives
State Representative Kurt Masser
107th District, Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Krisinda Corbin