Our Introduction to 3-Wheel Riding Course is designed for those new to three-wheeling. Riders with three-wheel experience will sharpen their skills and reinforce the special techniques needed to navigate in real-world traffic.

JOIN THE ADVENTURE OF THE OPEN ROAD!
Develop the skills necessary for touring on a three-wheeler.

THE INTRODUCTION TO THREE-WHEEL RIDING COURSE

Introduction Class. Not a License Class.

The Course

In many states, including California, you can legally ride a three-wheeled motorcycle with a Class C driver’s license. However, whether you’re new to motorcycling or new to trikes, you’ll need a special skill set that doesn’t directly translate from two- or four-wheeled vehicles.

You’ll learn basic operation: throttle control, braking, straight line riding, stopping, turning and shifting. You will also learn techniques for maneuvering on three wheels and finding a safe way through traffic. Can-Am on-road three-wheelers are provided. We can provide you with a helmet, or you may use your own DOT-approved helmet. Class size is limited to 12 per session, so you’ll always get the personal attention you need.

Men: $50
Women: $25 Now through the month of July only. USE PROMO CODE “WOMEN” (WOMEN25 FOR CA AND NV).

COURSE LOCATION
Saddleback College, Mission Viejo
Lot 5A South

(near tennis courts)

The Schedule

The Introduction 3-Wheel Riding Course is a 4 hour course.

SCHEDULE
Sunday, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
OR
Sunday, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

What to Bring

GEAR

You may participate in riding sessions ONLY with proper protective riding gear.

  • Three-Wheel Can-Am: Provided.

  • Helmet: You need to bring your own DOT-approved helmet (full-face recommended).

  • Eye Protection: Three-quarter helmets (without face shield) require prescription glasses, goggles, or sunglasses.

  • Boots: Sturdy over-the-ankle boots or high-top shoes that cover the ankle.

  • Gloves: Full-fingered motorcycle-specific gloves. No fingerless, motocross or mechanics’ gloves.

  • Jacket: Long-sleeved, made of sturdy fabric; motorcycle-specific jacket with armor recommended.

  • Pants: Kevlar jeans, jeans, chaps, racing leathers or textile. No “fashion” jeans, flares or holes, please.

FOOD & MORE
Please be cognizant of the weather and your individual needs. Come prepared with:

  • Sunscreen

  • Multiple clothing layers for cold weather

  • Motorcycle-specific rain gear as necessary

  • Cold packs, evaporation neckband or cooling vest for hot weather

SPACE IS LIMITED. REGISTER NOW!