Peoria Sports Complex and TEAM Arizona Partner to Provide Motorcycle Rider Training
TEAM Arizona and Peoria Sports Complex team up to reduce motorcycle crashes
(PEORIA, AZ) – Rider training is taking a major step forward in Northwest Phoenix Metro Area this year as Peoria Sports Complex will partner with TEAM Arizona Motorcyclist Training Centers to provide motorcycle rider training at its facility. The first training course to start Mid April 2015.
Initially, the riding portion of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s (MSF) Basic RiderCourse will be provided at Peoria Sports Complex. The course is a learn-to-ride class. All participants will be exposed to safe riding strategies and will have an opportunity to refine the gross motor skills necessary for riding a motorcycle. Successful completion of the written and riding evaluations during the course will provide a participant with a certificate they can use at the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division to obtain their motorcycle endorsement to ride legally on the road.
The classroom portion will be held at one of three locations: RideNow PowerSports – Peoria, Ridenow Powersports – Goodyear, and Arrowhead Harley Davidson. Each dealer will be providing classroom space for TEAM Arizona to conduct review of the MSF Rider Handbook and perform the written evaluation necessary to obtain a motorcycle license. Additionally, the RideNow Peoria and Goodyear stores will be providing brand new training motorcycles for the participants to ride.
ABOUT PEORIA SPORTS COMPLEX
Peoria Sports Complex is a 145 acre, multi-use facility where two Major League Baseball teams, the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners, perform Spring Training and player development. The facility is in use year round and hosts a variety of events including concerts, car shows, RV shows, charity fundraisers and more. For additional information, visit www.peoriasportscomplex.com
ABOUT RIDENOW POWERSPORTS
RideNow Powersports has been touted by industry leaders as the largest and most professionally operated Powersports dealer group in the country. Currently, RideNow has 30 dealerships in Arizona, California, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, Nevada, North Carolina, Texas and Washington employing over 1,200 people. To locate a dealer near you, visit www.ridenow.com