tommy_boy said:MSF was totally fun. You should get all the info you need in the packet that they send you in the mail. The place I took it at provided helmets if you did not own one.
I'd have to agree with Squid .... the more you 'learn' before you take the class the more they will probably have to reteach you. Better off not having any bad habits that will need to be changed.Squid Killer said:PLEASE dont go out and practice anything before the class. How do you know if you are doind it right in the first place? I get so many students who taught themselves very bad habbits and waste valuable time breaking them and starting over with the correct skills.
+1. www.msf-usa.org. Before MSF, when I first motored around a parking lot in a friends Kawi, I found that knowning how to drive a manual car, at least conceptually, helped me out when shifting on that bike. The MSF definately reinforced that, and of course, tells you how to stay safe while doing it; stopping, starting, turning at higher speed, turning in low speeds, etc.Hagios said:Check out the MSF website. Plenty of good info there