2019 Training Calendar


Group Courses

2-Day Weekend Group Courses (Saturday & Sunday)

1-Day Group Courses (Fridays)


Private Street or Off-Road Training

Available Weekdays for Private training

May
June 18
July  
August 27
September 5, 10, 12,
October 1, 3

Dates will be deleted when booked.

Contact Ken to discuss training dates and Payment Methods for Private street and off-road Training.

Advanced Parking Lot Courses

Advanced Parking Lot Courses (Sundays)

Scholarships are available

Track Days

2019 Tony’s Track Days

April 19-20 (MA)
May 5/12-13 (CT),  5/14 (Non-Sportbike) (CT),  5/26-27 (MA)
June 6/9-10 (CT), 6/23-24 (NY)
July 7/14-15 (MA)
August 8/4-5 (MA), 19 (NH)
September 9/1-2 (MA), 9/22-23 (CT
October

Italy Training Tour with Beach’s Adventure Tours

  • October 6-20, 2019

11 Replies to “2019 Training Calendar”

  1. Hi Ken,
    I’m interested in the two day tour. I hope to avoid spending the time to ride all the way from Illinois to you; do you know of available rentals you can recommend or at least not know too much bad stuff about?
    Thanks,
    PEPE

  2. I’m very interested in the 2-day training for 1 or 2 people. I may can round up a second rider, but I would be willing to team up with an interested “stranger”. I ride a 2015 Road Glide Special. Prior to that 12 BMW’s since 1992. I’ve had no formal training other than the MSF Beginner Rider Course.

  3. It’s probably in the site, on the various items I’ve clicked, but I can’t see the locations. I’m in Southeastern, MA around Boston. Honda CTX700N DCT.

  4. Hi Ken I wanted to thank you for a great day out. It was very informative and made me look at riding through a different set of eyes. I will tell all my friends they can become safer, faster riders by taking your street riding course. Thanks again.

  5. Ken, i’m planning a road trip with my son (and possibly my brother) next August (2019) and we’re heading to Canada. However I’d like us to stop off and take your 2 day private course along the way. Think this would be a great way for all 3 of us to learn and refine our skills. We all 3 are at different riding skill levels also. Thanks and advance.

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