Trike/Sidecar Training Fairfax, VA August 2-4

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Friday Evening Classroom: 6 pm-10 pm; Saturday and Sunday Range and Classroom: 7:45 am-5:00 pm

Some training sidecar/trike training bikes provided for students, along with helmets for most head sizes (Small to XXL) and some light weight gloves. Students are encouraged to bring their own sidecar/trike to ride during training. Located at George Mason University, Fairfax Campus (Fairfax, VA)

Sidecar and Trike customers need to contact the Apex Office (571-201-7661 or info@apexcycleeducation.com) to Register for class. Can Am Spyder customers click here for availability.

Click on Gift Certificates for information about purchasing one for yourself, friends, family, professional associates, etc. They are redeemable for Apex training products up to one year from the date of purchase.

Course Description


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Friday Evening Classroom: 6 pm-10 pm; Saturday and Sunday Range and Classroom: 7:45 am-5:00 pm

Some training sidecar/trike training bikes provided for students, along with helmets for most head sizes (Small to XXL) and some light weight gloves. Students are encouraged to bring their own sidecar/trike to ride during training. Located at George Mason University, Fairfax Campus (Fairfax, VA)

Click on Gift Certificates for information about purchasing one for yourself, friends, family, professional associates, etc. They are redeemable for Apex training products up to one year from the date of purchase.

Course Description

Can I use my own sidecar rig or trike for training?

Students are actually encouraged to bring their own rig, provided the trike or sidecar meets training criteria. If a student brings their own rig for use in the class, the following requirements must be met:

 

Must be a motorcycle based sidecar or trike (Can-am Spyders are acceptable);3
wheels must be in contact with the ground.

No "Voyager" or similar add-on type "trike" kits allowed. (These vehicles are techincally 4-wheel vehicles, and handling dynamics are not suitable for the range exercises used during class.)

No automotive based trikes are allowed.

Must provide proof of ownership and insurance.

Student-owned rigs must be structurally sound in the opinion of the instructor(s).

The instructor's determination of the suitability of a student's rig for use on the range is final.

 

Required riding apparel(classroom attire is casual comfortable):

Eye protection (prescription eyewear or sunglasses are adequate)
Long sleeve shirt or jacket
Long, sturdy pants (No baggy pants; no holes!)
Sturdy over-the-ankle footwear

 

Course offered only in English.