PIQUA — Piqua Harley-Davidson recently broke ground to mark the construction of their new Harley-Davidson Riding Academy course.
Once completed the dealership will offer new rider classes taught by MSF (Motorcycle Safety Foundation) certified and Harley-Davidson trained instructors. The four-day course includes over 20 hours of state certified training for new riders including classroom basics and developing maneuvers and skills on the range.
Bruns General Contracting, Inc will be leading the construction of the new course and is set to be completed in May. Classes are scheduled to start in July.
Harley-Davidson is offering active and retired Military and First Responders the chance to take the course for free in 2016.
For more information on Piqua Harley-Davidson’s Riding Academy contact Greg Foughty, manager, at 773-8733, email to [email protected], or stop in to the dealership at 1501 East Ash, Piqua.
The dealership can be reached at www.piquahd.com and on Facebook and Twitter.