ALPHARETTA, Ga. - It's a school where the louder the students get, the better -- and where most of the desks come equipped with two wheels.
The Honda Motorcycle Safety Foundation Campus in Alpharetta offers instructions for riding motorcycles, dirt bikes, and ATVs. Basic dirt bike school is a day-long course during which students are given all the necessary gear and knowledge to safety operate a dirt bike, including lessons on parts of the bike and proper body position while riding. Instructors work with men, women, and children as young as six years old, and graduates of the basic class can move on to further training on trails throughout the Campus.
Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken recently spent some time attending basic dirt bike school, and even brought along a co-worker who's been waiting a very long time to play in the dirt!