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Atlantic high school motorcycle training

Thursday, April 22, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Atlantic high school motorcycle training has moved to Destination Daytona and the Beach Street Harley shop. We're expanding, getting better and have more classes. the classes were formerly held at Atlantic High School, Port Orange, Florida. Now at Destination Daytona
We'll beat any Local Price!!!

There is an evaluation test on Sunday at the end of the day. Written and riding, with no guarantee that you will pass. Passing it is a accomplishment you will cherish. Rider Coaches provide additional help for those who struggle with the evaluations. Motorcycles and helmets are provided. You are assigned a motorcycle, usually a 250 cc street motorcycle. Not showroom condition, but in excellent running condition.

You may register Saturdays and Sundays during a Basic Riders Course. RiderCoaches will assist you.
Special Rates for students and Groups

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Motorcycle training at Harley Dealer Destination Daytona

Wednesday, December 30, 2009 - View Full Newsletter

Motorcycle training at Harley Dealer Destination Daytona

Volusia Motorcycle Training openning 2 new ranges:
Beach Street Harley Shop and Destination Daytona.....
Openning Jan 1 - a great way to obtain your motorcycle license.
Late sleeper? Afternoon classes also available!
Basic Rider Course motorcycle training - The Friendliest Motorcycle Training In Florida, motorcycle training school in Central Florida. The basic Motorcycle Training course teaches motorcycle riders the basic skills needed to safely ride a motorcycle. Volusia Motorcycle Training provides motorcycle training courses "Lessons" taught by professional, certified, friendly and knowledgeable rider coaches certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, and the Florida Rider Training Program.
Friday: 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm (approximately)
In room book study and note taking. Just classroom work, so you don't have to wear required safety apparel. PLEASE DO NOT BE LATE.

Saturday: 7:15 am to 3:00 pm (approximately)
Start out on the training range learning motorcycle basic handling, then back in-doors for book study and note taking. Take written exam and get ready for exam on range Sunday morning. You will have 1/2 hour for lunch.

Sunday: 7:15 am to 3:00 pm (approximately)
Start on the range to learn more advance motorcycle handling along with taking your riding exam. The day ends with receiving your certificate of course completion. This entitles you to receive your Florida Motorcycle license. You will have at least an hour for lunch, during which we will be getting your exam results together. 


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Harry hurt died at age 81

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 - View Full Newsletter

Hugh H. "Harry" Hurt, who died of a heart attack on Nov. 29. He was 81. Professor Hurt was an award-winning author best known in the motorcycling community for conducting a benchmark motorcycle safety research study in 1981 entitled "Volume I: Technical Report, Motorcycle Accident Cause Factors and Identification of Countermeasures, January, 1981 - Final Report."
Hurt graduated from Texas A&M University in 1950, and became a Navy pilot during the Korean War.  After the war, Hurt loaded up his 1947 Harley-Davidson 61 and headed west for California.  He completed a master's degree in aeronautical engineering at the University of Southern California (USC), and soon after he joined the faculty at USC
Hurt is survived by his wife Joan; sons Harry and John; three daughters, Julie, Vivien and Vera; and 10 grandchildren.

Hurt received numerous awards for his studies of motorcycle safety.  In 1977, the Society of Automotive Engineers cited Hurt with the Outstanding Presentation Award for his "Human Factors in Motorcycle Accidents, 1977."

In 1989, he was given the Key Award from the Motorcycle Industry Council.  He was named Motorcyclist of the Decade by Motorcyclist magazine in 1989 and in 1997 he was presented with the Chairpersons Award from the National Association of State Motorcycle Safety Administrators.

A remembrance will be held in January 2010 in Hurt's honor at the Head Protection Research Laboratory that he created in Paramount, Calif.

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MSF may add Smarttrainer to course

Wednesday, November 18, 2009 - View Full Newsletter

The MSF is considering adding Honda's "SmartTrainer" to the MSF course.
Buche called the SMARTrainer, “The right tool at the right time,” and described how MSF has taken the training tool
and created supplemental Rider Education and Training System (RETS) learning opportunities that can be tailored
to meet the needs of students at any RETS level: Learn to Ride, Return to Riding, or Ride Better. He emphasized that the SMARTrainer is not a substitute for traditional training, but that, “… [by] applying contemporary techniques and a theory-driven curriculumdevelopment approach to the SMARTrainer effort, the Motorcycle
Safety Foundation has transformed this sophisticated tool into an essential and effective element of a comprehensive
Rider Education and Training System.

The Honda SMART is a traffic simulator specifically designed to give riders a safe bridge between a typical beginning
riding course (which often take place in a parking lot) and the real-world scenario of riding in traffic and on public
roads." Part of their original success during the motorcycle boon of the ’70s was born out of helping introduce new riders to the joys of motorcycling by producing a line of smaller, less intimidating machines than the competition. As a result, there has always been a residual element of safety that has commodating nascent riders, Honda has developed the SMART (Safe Motorcyclist Awareness and Recognition Trainer), also known as the SMARTrainer The Honda SMARTrainer traffic simulator is the latest tool in helping riders develop defensive riding skills. The SMART has motorcycle controls to put the operator directly in the rider seat - literally. Honda's proprietary software
presents the rider with a multitude of traffic scenarios. The SMART is a highly effective tool to help beginning
riders – as well as returning riders who need a mental tuneup. The Honda SMART is a traffic simulator specifically designed to give riders a safe bridge between a typical beginning riding course (which often take place in a parking lot) and the real-world scenario of riding in traffic and on public roads. The key is in providing a no-risk  Introduction to the hazards of street riding to compliment rudimentary instruction. In this day and age of video games, it’s important to point out that the device is not a riding simulator and there is no articulated movement. However, what the SMART lacks in actual physical riding sensation, it more than makes up for in providing an effective tool for rider education.

The Honda SMART Trainer or Safe Motorcyclist Awareness and Recognition Trainer is a computerized traffic simulator that allows beginning riders the opportunity to operate a motorcycle in real life situations without the real world consequences.

The Honda SMART Trainer uses state of the art software and actual Honda motorcycle controls to give the rider an opportunity to learn basic motorcycle control operations such as clutch, brake, throttle, and gearshift coordination in a computer simulation environment. It also offers intermediate or experienced riders the opportunity to operate in more risky traffic situations giving them a chance to evaluate and address the various safety scenarios in a controlled environment. The Honda SMART Device simulates 17 different riding scenarios. Two of the scenarios are for beginning riders: Clutch Operation & City Riding. The remaining 15 scenarios are hazard prediction courses testing the riders accident avoidance and prediction skills. Each of these scenarios can be run in 3 different modes: Day, Night, & Fog. In addition the Honda SMART Device offeres the rider a choice of operating a standard Manual Shift motorcycle or an Automatic scooter. In total the SMART Device offers 164 different operating scenarios, giving the rider many chances to get it wrong in simulation, but not in real life. With many different scenarios and real-life controls, the Honda SMART Device offers riders invaluable training in a structured environment.

Students will receive 20 minutes on the S.M.A.R.T. Device and 10 minutes of review with this course.

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military motorcycle deaths raise Victory offers discounts

Friday, November 13, 2009 - View Full Newsletter

As military motorcycle death rates continue to climb, Victory Motorcycles is in the U.S. and Canadian is offering military personnel a special offer. For a limited time, U.S. and Canadian military personnel are being offered $1,000 cash back on the purchase of any new Victory model during the Victory "Full Throttle Salute." All active, National Guard, reserve, and retired military personnel are eligible with proof of a valid military I.D. "We at Victory respect and appreciate the sacrifice and service of our armed forces" said Victory General Manager Steve Menneto. "'The Victory Full Throttle Salute' is an opportunity for Victory to show that appreciation, and offer these men and women the chance to get on a new Victory and enjoy the escape motorcycling provides." Information about the complete line of Polaris products, apparel and vehicle accessories are available from authorized Polaris dealers or anytime from the Polaris homepage at www.polarisindustries.com.

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