Motorcycle Riding Courses in Fullerton, CA

Orange County Motorcycle Training

It's time to ride!

With over 100 years of combined experience, we offer the best motorcycle training in Orange County, California. Most of our instructors have been riding for 20+ years and all take motorcycle safety to heart. We at Orange County Motorcycle Training "live to ride" and strive to share our vast experience with our students. We have classes designed for those who are just learning to ride and we offer more advanced classes for the seasoned riders who understand the value of lifelong learning. Orange County Motorcycle Training places a high value on the importance of safety.

We perform regular maintenance on our fleet and our instructors are all trained in motorcycle safety procedures. What does this mean to you as our guest? You will receive the best training available on a range that has been designed for safety and riding time. The more you ride, the more you learn. The quality of your training experience and your safety is what we are all about. We invite you to join us at Orange County Motorcycle Training for rider training that will stay with you throughout your lifetime.

"Just finished this course today. Super fun class. As long as you pay attention, ask questions, and truly build on the skills they teach you ... your on the right path to pass. I passed but even if I hadn’t I thought it was run very very great by the two instructors Chris and Bob. But most importantly ... I had a lot of fun and learned a lot of valuable & life saving skills. Thank you!!!"
― Em Leal
"Best experience. Signed up for a 1 day course just for the license purpose, but learned a lots of new skills. If you are a new rider, just take a 1 day intermediate course and will definitely improve your riding skills. Instructor was awesome and completely helpful."
― sarthak dhekar
"I highly recommend this course for all riders. Teaches great habits and skills needed to safely ride. Instructors Ryan and Bob both did an excellent job of communicating and educating on proper technique. "
― Willie Henson
"I am sorry to say this is not for beginners course with novice riding experience, which should have been mentioned in the fine print. Most of the people that came here had some sort of riding experience, and some even have their own motorcycle they are riding for years. So don't jump in and think you will learn it in 2 days, unless you had some prior recent experience in riding in some form of motorized cycle. Otherwise there is a fair chance you will be bummed out, especially if you are not a super quick learner. Cause they pick up pace pretty fast. Practice makes perfect. And long term. Thats my honest opinion. But great way to learn and improve under pressure. So good luck. :)"
― Farhad Ahmad
"I had such a great time! It was so much fun and I learned a wealth of valuable riding information. Thank you so much to my instructors, you did a great job!"
― Will K
"I took this Motorcycle training course (beginner course) and i went in not knowing anything but came out with a better knowledge about riding. Chris, Bob and Cynthia was very patient and polite and corrected us on mistakes to make sure we understand. Overall, it was a great experience. Definitely will be recommending to friends and family when they want to start riding."
― Sang Lee
"Even though I am new to motorcycles and had no prior experience this class is a must take. The instructors Bob and Ryan are really passionate teachers. I told them this is my very first time ever riding motorcycles. They were very reasonable and understanding. Unfortunately I struggled at bit with shifting gears during the last portion of day. Before heading over to the class room I approached Ryan for my evaluation and told him honestly that I knew that I struggled with gear shifting, prematurely letting go of the clutch, and not properly using the throttle. He definitely said the exact same, he recommended reading that I read the handbook over, and call the office on Monday to get on standby to retake the class again. He really cares about helping his students and wants them to do good. Despite failing the safety class, I learned a lot from this great experience."
― Patrick Workman

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