I'd like to say I passed the class and so did everyone in my class. There were 3 instructors. One was very nice, firm, but encouraging. He treated you like you were a costumer, he wanted to be sure you learned and understood what he was teaching you. I want to give him a big thank you. He knows who he is. The second instructor was nice, he made you feel human, got on to you when you did wrong, which I appreciate, so, to him, I would like to say thank you. The THIRD instructor, well, I have taken many classes in my life and this was the worse learning experience I have ever had. It is one thing to be harsh when you are teaching something as important as how to be safe on a motorcycle. Being just plain RUDE, NASTY, and saying very NEGATIVE things about the class, other instructors, other places that do the same training, as well as Harley riders, all while tooting his own horn, is not professional. I don't think many people pay $$$ to deliberately not follow instructions, most are there to learn. I'm not just giving my opinion, I can tell you most of the people in my class felt the same about him by the remarks that were made. I would NEVER recommend this Riders Choice Training to anyone. Also I'd like to know why the other negative remarks about this company are not showing up here, as I had seen them earlier?