The slow speed riding school, started last summer by former NH State Police motorcycle officer, Steve Ford, is back for its second season in 2016. The school teaches riders the proper techniques for slow speed maneuvers like weaving through cones, circles, u-turns and other patterns. The school will run concurrently with our track days at NHMS.

The class is open to all types of road going motorcycles (though it's not recommended for sport bikes). Riders need a helmet, gloves, eye protection and over the ankle boots. Mirrors and other fragile parts should be removed prior to class. Riders may want to pad or protect chrome crash bars and other parts in case of tip-overs or drops.  

The class will be offered 5/9, 6/6, 7/11, 9/12 and 10/3 and cost $150. No class is currently planned on 8/15. Class size is limited to 12 students. The class is a full day course and Student who sign-up for the slow speed course cannot participate in the track day that runs concurrently. Registration is available through our normal Sign-Up page.