Harley-Davidson Sport Center (HDSC) of Duluth has teamed up with the Minnesota Safety Center, part of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, to offer a motorcycle safety class for ladies only from June 1 to 3.
According to HDSC’s Suzanne Kachelmyer, this is the first time her dealership has offered the class solely for women. Running over a three-day span at Lake Superior College in Duluth, the class will consist of around 14 hours of motorcycle training.
Those who successfully complete the course will be granted certificates of completion that allow them to not take the motorcycle skills test while applying for their motorcycle driver’s license. They’ll also be given brand new motorcycle helmets, and they be eligible for discounts on their MN motorcycle insurance premiums.
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