Motorcycle Safety Starts with proper training.
Only the rider who receives proper training and continues to practice the skills they were taught are going to keep them safe.
Learning to maneuver your motorcycle at very slow speeds takes a lot of practice.
Many riders lack the skill to properly maneuver their motorcycle in and around everyday obstacles at very slow speeds.
Below are links to professional motorcycle training programs, forums and associations.
Ride safe. Head and Eyes up, and always wear your DOT approved helmet.
Scotty's Sled Shed LLC is a proud Sponsor of Lock and Lean Precision Riding and the Skilled Motorcycle Riders Association.
Multiple Award winning rider Wade "Road Runner" Smith.
Kaitlyn Riley(left) of Bleu Bayou Harley Davidson and Kim Briggs(right) of Ft. Worth Harley Davidson. These women have proven their might against the boys and have received multiple awards in competition.
Motorcycle Safety and Skills
Kevin Briggs is one of the top Elite riders in United States. Kevin has received multiple awards in competition and was very instrumental in helping Scotty improve his riding skills.
Award Winning Lock and Lean instructor Officer Bill O'Connell
Officer Ben Wolfe owner/instructor for Lock and Lean Precision Motorcycle Riding. Ben is a multiple award winning competitor who has trained some of the best riders in North America. Officer Wolfe's unique riding and coaching style will improve every riders confidence and skills. Click the icon below to visit Lock and Lean website for more info
The Skilled Motorcycle Riders association is a non-profit organization promoting motorcycle skills, safety, awareness, and training. They promote motorcycle skills competitions and are the home of the North Texas Motorcycle Challenge.
Top Skilled Riders trust Scottys Sled Shed.
Multiple Award winning rider Mike Scheve