A well rounded curriculum designed with safety in mind
#1 in SWFL
Whether you’ve been riding for years or have just decided to get your license or endorsement, you have your own reasons for being attracted to motorcycles.
The thrill of racing down the highway with nothing between you and the open road but the bike; the freedom of the wind whipping past you; the adrenaline rush you get every time the engine roars―they’re all just a few of the reasons riders trade in their safety belts for helmets.
Our Certified Instructors have many years of teaching experience, all with exceptional riding skills. A combination of “on cycle” and classroom training is provided to ensure a well rounded curriculum designed with safety in mind.
Brooke has worked with Naples Motorcycle Riding School since 2001 as a Basic Rider Coach, Experienced Rider Coach, Waiver License examiner and as of December, 2005 is the owner of the school. It is the goal of the school to train and license all who are interested while increasing their safety on motorcycles. In doing this Brooke and the other rider coaches strive to make the experience enjoyable and relaxing and effective.
Our Motorcycle Range is conveniently located at the Collier County Fairgrounds just off of Immokalee Road. From I-75 (exit 111) take Immokalee Road Est 11 miles to the Collier County Fair Grounds. 751 39th Ave NE Naples, FL 34120.
Classes are kept small to ensure personal attention from our experienced instructors. All graduates are exempt from further State testing and may be entitled to insurance premium discounts.
In addition to our basic riding and street skills course, we also offer:
BRC-2, an experienced rider's course
Our Instructors and Range Assistants
20+ years in motorcycle training experience
BRC-1: BASIC RIDER COURSE
Thursday 6PM to 9PM Saturday 7:30AM to 2PM Sunday 7:30AM to 2PM
This basic rider course will teach you all the skills necessary for riding safely on the road.
Thursday is all class work with a review of safe riding skills and risk reduction.
Saturday is spent with the first part of the day on the motorcycles. After lunch the second part of the classwork is completed and a written quiz is taken.
Sunday is spent on the second set of riding exercises and finishes with a riding evaluation and the wrap up of the class.
Motorcycles are provided as well as helmets and full finger gloves for those who do not yet own their own. The students are responsible for riding gear including long pants, long sleeve shirt or jacket, over the ankle riding shoes and eye protection.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Brooke is a fantastic instructor! My wife and I just completed course and were both extremely happy with it. Brooke is knowledgeable, patient and fun. His success rate is much higher than the other schools in the area. I highly recommend Naples Motorcycle Riding School."
— Mike Bowland, Google Review
What do I need to bring to the riding class?We provide the gloves, helmets, motorcycles, refreshments and snacks. All we ask is you bring protective eyewear, a long sleeved shirt, long denim pants, and boots/shoes that cover your ankles.
Do I get an insurance discount?Upon successful completion of the course, graduates are exempt from further motorcycle testing at the Division of Drivers License Office and may be entitled to insurance premium discounts through participating insurance companies.
What forms of payment do you accept?Cash, Money order, Check, Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
What if I can't attend all three classes?We understand your schedule may not allow you to take the the Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday class all in the same week. As long as you let us know ahead of time, at least 48 hours before the class, we will be more than happy to schedule you into the next available class.
What if I don't pass the class?You get a One-Time Forgiveness, which means we will reschedule you into the next available class position to take the course over again.
If I change my mind can I get my money back?Yes! Contact us within 48 hours of registering and we will happily give your money back.
What if it rains?Classes run rain or shine! If rain is in the forecast, bring your rain gear