Ride To Live Classes ...

Ride to Live is a free motorcycle training class for any motorcycle rider seeking to improve his/her riding skills, enhance their safety and control, and learn the techniques taught at law enforcement motor schools. The course is taught by certified police motorcycle instructors and motor officers from the Coronado Police Department in an atmosphere that facilitates open communication, lots of interaction, and an easygoing vibe that is at the heart of motorcycle riding. Class size is limited to 24 riders, on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Ride to Live is a free motorcycle training class for any motorcycle rider seeking to improve his/her riding skills, enhance their safety and control, and learn the techniques taught at law enforcement motor schools. The 7-hour course is designed to reduce injuries and deaths resulting from motorcycle collisions by teaching students the techniques employed by law enforcement motorcycle officers.

This class works because the skills taught are real-world skills. No classroom! It’s all about “hands on” learning techniques and skill sets that you can put into practical use immediately.

The course is taught by certified police motorcycle instructors and motor officers from the Coronado Police Department in an atmosphere that facilitates open communication, lots of interaction, and an easygoing vibe that is at the heart of motorcycle riding. Class size is limited to 24 riders, on a first-come-first-serve basis. Classes for 2021 are filling up, so act quickly if you are interested in attending. The Ride to Live program is grant funded by the California Office of Traffic Safety.

For more information and to register visit www.coronadopd.org or email Sergeant Anthony Flores at aflores@coronado.ca.us.

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