I decided to go here because of the flexibility of when they offer the course. Immediately I was told to be at the school at 7:30am. Our instructor didn't not show up until way after 8:30am. We barely touched the book and went directly out to riding on the crappy bikes that they offer to learn on. One gentleman who had not ridden for some time was having difficulty with the first exercise with his balance on the bike. By the 2nd exercise they told him to leave with no refund. They didn't not even attempt to work with him which I was I was under the impression that was the entire purpose of the course and it wasn't because there was not enough time with only 3 in the class. My bike had a mechanical error and would stall out if gas was not applied constantly (in a said "new" bike). Comments were made (what about the girl) that I should not be allowed to continue because I kept "stalling" said bike. Keep in mind I have ridden for awhile and I have never had an issue with my Harley Davidson or any other bike I have ridden We got out of class way early and before we left we circled the "possible" questions on the test so we could look them up at home and study. That was the only time we touched the book. We barely touched on the exercises we would need for the riding portion of the test. When we were finished with the tests and we both passed thank goodness we were given reviews and were told they needed to be filled out positively before we were given our certificates.
Horrible manners from the one of the owners and lack of instruction makes this not a beginner friendly course. Give your money to one of the bigger dealerships to take your classes. It may be harder and take a little more time but you will actually LEARN!