Group Training

Learn Advanced Street Riding Techniques in
Real-World Conditions

Advance and refine your riding proficiency with Group on-street training.

Learning and fun is enhanced as students learn from each other. Your “classroom” is the uncrowded, scenic roads of Western New England.

Group training tours are a social experience where you share the tour with like-minded riders and learn as a group. The tour is for 3 riders.

  • 3:1 student-to-coach ratio

Group On-street training is done at real world speeds and conditions. Provided Sena Bluetooth helmet communicators allow immediate and meaningful coaching in real-time.

What You’ll Learn
  • Cornering Precision
  • How to Read the Road
  • Effective and safe Cornering Lines
  • Lane Positioning
  • Slow Speed Maneuver Techniques
  • Emergency Braking
  • Visual Targets
  • Body Position


Here is a sample of some real-time coaching using Bluetooth communication.


1 Day Group Training Tour

A limited number of ONE DAY group training courses are available.

Limited to three participants.

Cost
1 Day Tour: $475 per rider (does not include lodging or meals)

Scholarships are available through the BMW/MOA Foundation.


2 Day Group Training Tour (Not Available in 2021)

See available One-day courses above.

This two day training tour increase your safety and confidence while touring the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Western Mass and Southern Vermont. Includes Saturday Dinner and Saturday night lodging.

Includes:

  • Personal training with real-time coaching using on-bike communicators
  • Tour through the hidden Berkshire hills of Western Massachusetts and Southern Vermont.
  • Video review/discussion during lunch stop and at the end of the day
  • Dinner and Saturday night stay and Sunday breakfast
  • Video of our day (Please bring your own 16gb+ flash drive)
Two-DAY Weekend Training Tours:
  • Not available in 2021 – see single day group courses above.
2 Day Tour: $975 per rider (includes one night lodging, one dinner and breakfast) 

Scholarships are available through the BMW/MOA Foundation.



Ready to Sign Up?

See the Calendar Page for available dates.

Sept-2015-TrainingTour-pose-smSince we start our day at 8:30, you may want to book a room the night before (on your dime). And maybe the night after, since we end around 5:00.

Most students stay at the Red Roof Inn in South Deerfield, MA.

Read the Details & FAQ Page

Cancellation Policy

For Private Training, Contact Ken to discuss training dates and Payment Methods. Click HERE to See Available Training Dates

Sponsors/Partners


Larger Group Training Tours (1 or 2 day tour option)

Not available in 2021

This is a custom option for larger groups of 8 or more.
Do you have a larger group of friends who would like to train together while having a great time touring the beautiful Berkshires? This is a great option. One or two day tours are available. Dates can be accommodated on request.

This tour does not include Bluetooth communication, but does include the attention of staff who will address individual needs.
Contact Ken to discuss scheduling your event.

1 Day Group Tour: 3+ riders: $275 to $375/day per rider depending on group size (does not include lodging or meals)

Read Testimonials HERE

Discounts apply for returning RITZ or Stayin’ Safe students. Contact Ken
Scholarships are available.  Many insurance companies accept the Riding in the Zone completion certificate as proof of rider training that is eligible for insurance discounts.

Participants pay for dinners and any lodging with private training.

Read the Details & FAQ Page

Please Read the Payment and Cancellation Policy Page.


Other Training Programs

Advanced Parking Lot Training

On-street Training

Track Day Training for Street Riders


Riding in the Zone, LLC is insured by the Philadelphia Insurance Companies.AMASanctioned_4C_LtBack

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2 Replies to “Group Training”

  1. Ken
    Attended your lecture
    Today a Yankee Harley
    It was very good thanks again.
    Would you consider a advanced riding course in this area?

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