The Edmond police department will host a free Motorcycle Survival Course in Hominy on May 21.
The class will be held at the Hominy public school property at 408 N. Eastern in the large Parking area. According to a release, the six-hour course will begin at 8:45 a.m. and end at 3 p.m.
Edmond PD officers will teach both classroom and riding instruction for motorcycle safety, designed to teach the motorcycle operator how to survive in traffic. The lesson plan and course curriculum for instruction is based upon motorcycle skills and operating techniques which are utilized by police motorcycle officers, according to the release.
The course is free of charge to participants. The course has been recognized by insurance carriers for a discount, according to a release. The course is taught on a closed course so an “M” endorsement is not required to attend this class. To register for this free class go to edmondpd.com and click on the link to our programs.
The course is funded by a grant from the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office, according to the release.
Requirements to attend:
You have to ride your own motorcycle, cannot be smaller than a 250cc or any type of scooter or three-wheeled motorcycle, approved DOT helmet, gloves must have fingers, boots that cover ankles, long sleeve shirt and proof of liability insurance.
If you have any questions or for further information contact Lt. Acey Hopper at (405) 359-4430 or email@example.com.