PEORIA – On Saturday, February 8, the Peoria Police Department (PPD) in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is proud to host an interactive motorcycle-safety class. There is no charge for this one-day class which is open to the public.
The program will consist of a short classroom discussion to cover safe riding habits and overall motorcycle safety, followed by hands-on course instruction. During the riding portion of the course, critical riding skills will be reinforced to promote the optimal response to dangerous riding situations. Riders must have a valid driver’s license and a current motorcycle endorsement. Riders will not obtain a motorcycle endorsement in this course.
In addition to the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, PPD has also partnered with, Arrowhead Harley Davidson, Ride Now Powersports, Arizona Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Foundation and the Helmet Center who will be available to provide motorcycle safety product demonstrations.
Motorcycle riders wishing to apply for this course can fill out a short application at
https://www.peoriaaz.gov/motorcycleclass. Selected participants will be notified prior to the class. Seating is limited and program participants will be selected based upon application screening.
Date: Saturday, February 8
Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Peoria Sports Complex
16101 N 83rd Ave.