A motorcycle training corporation located in Massachusetts that provides motorcycle training and certification to beginner and advanced riders.
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Successful completion of either the Beginner or Experienced Rider Course is recognized by the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles as fulfilling the motorcycle road test requirement. To take advantage of this opportunity, you must obtain your motorcycle learner's permit before the first class meeting and you must provide a clear photocopy to us by sending one along with your course registration and payment or bringing one to the first class meeting.
See our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
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Some useful resources:
|The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles Online. Please keep in mind that information on motorcycle licensing does change, please check our Frequently Asked Questions or call us with questions.|
|Not from Massachusetts? Check out the National Association of State Motorcycle Safety Administrators for contacts for rider training in your home state.|
|The Beginner and Experienced RiderCourses that Ironstone Ventures offers are based on Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) curricula. The instructors that Ironstone employs are MSF certified with additional approval from the Registry of Motor Vehicles|
|The Registry of Motor Vehicle's Massachusetts Motorcycle Rider Education Program provides Ironstone Ventures with training motorcycles, technical support, and oversees the rider training program in Massachusetts.|
|The THINK! motorcycle safety campaign, based in the UK, encourages drivers in an urban environment to "THINK! Take longer to look for bikes", through TV and radio ads. At the same time, riders are reminded how to make sure that they are seen via an outdoor poster campaign.|
|A look at the Motorcycle Safety Foundation's MSF Ridercourse. This is the course to take to get your motorcycle liscense. It's a 15 hour 2-day course.|