MILWAUKEE – The
House of Harley-Davidson will offer its first 2014 Riding
Academy classes beginning in April, the company announced
The new Harley Street 500 motorcycles will be used as the
training bikes, the company said. Participants can choose
between a five-day course, which is Thursday through Monday, or
a more intensive three-day course Tuesday through Thursday,
during both day and evening hours.
The classes begin April 3 and classes are limited to 12
students. The new program replaces the Rider’s Edge classes at
Harley dealerships and has a curriculum certified by
Harley-Davidson and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
Harley-Davidson Motor Company produces custom, cruiser and
touring motorcycles and offers a complete line of
Harley-Davidson motorcycle parts, accessories, riding gear and
apparel and general merchandise.