Eustis >Florida Motorcycle Training
Very professional and friendly!. My husband and I attended the two day class in Eustice to get our motorcycle endorsement. We went in April on a 90 degree day, I think I'd recommend to go in March as it may be cooler then. Our instructors were Pam and Brett. They were incredibly friendly and helpful and full of information, we had a class size of 11 so it was a full class. Day one we did some bookwork and then went outside to the course with 250cc motorcycles. (there was also a choice of using a scooter but nobody was doing it) We went over our books and did a skills test on the bikes and a written multiple choice test on day two. It was a lot of fun and they had so many different bikes in their showroom. I think I'll be shopping for a nice used bike with them first.
Florida Motorcycle Training.
These people go out of their way to please their customers. The owners are really in touch with the needs of the client base.
the parts department gal is a an ace.The service people are willing to talk to you about things without giving the impression that you are not as knowledgeable as you think.
I attended the school there as well.
Great beginners' class, Cool shop, repairs, detailing... all your motorcycle needs in one place!.
I stopped by the shop on a whim to check on information about beginners motorcycle classes. Now that the Florida law has changed, and you have to take a class, I thought I should shop around. I walked in and looked at a few bikes. Angie, who turns out to be the owner, introduced herself and asked if I wanted to sit on the bike I was drooling over. I laughed, and said I needed lessons before I took home a V-Max. She was very enthusiastic, gave me some information, and answered all of my questions.
I went home and looked around, and found their prices to be very competitive. I emailed Angie that night and made an appointment for their next available class.
I took a Weds/Thurs 16hr course with an instructor named Pam. It was great to be one of only three students! The classroom portion was fun and helpful, but of course, I was there to ride! Pam was great in the classroom, but is a master of the riding course. Her explanations were easy to understand, and her coaching was detailed and motivating. It was cool to see how the tips she gave translated into actual improvements in my abilities.
She was training two coach candidates who helped with course setup and assisted with the exercises. They were encouraging, but deferred to Pam for coaching and criticism, which I found to be very professional. I would highly recommend Pam's course to anyone wanting to learn to ride a motorcycle, trike, or scooter.
I should also mention that this is a full service shop. They sell new and used bikes and accessories. They have a repair shop including a "bike ambulance" for those of us without trailers. There was a guy under an awning detailing a dresser, and another guy set up with your typical "bike week booth" assortment of accessories. Everyone I talked to was friendly, and seemed to enjoy what they were doing. I am definitely looking forward to doing business with them for any of my biking needs!
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