Our Coaches

1. What do I need to bring to class?
At Joe’s, we provide the motorcycle / motorbike, helmet, gloves, eye protection, gas, books, and professional training. The only thing you need to bring is long pants, long sleeved shirt, and over-the-ankle shoes/boots.

2. When are classes?

MOST WEEKEND & WEEKDAY! We have classes each weekend and can provide private lessons during the week or as needed, so call today.

3. What if it rains?

We ride everyday, rain or shine. Our training represents real riding conditions. You can bring rain gear if desired. We only stop for lightning, hurricanes, and tornadoes.

4. How can I pay?

We accept ca$h, credit card, or money order. We have low prices and offer discounts where able.

5. Can I bring my own helmet?

Yes. If you have a DOT or Snell approved helmet, feel free to bring it and use it. If you have full fingered gloves you can use those also.

6. Do I have to take another test at the DMV?

No. Once you pass our class, no further testing is required, simply go to the DMV and get your new license.

7. What size are the bikes you use?

We use smaller and lightweight 250cc motorcycles to train on. They are perfect for learning or improving skills. We have a closed course with no traffic, just motorcycles.

8. Can I reschedule?

Yes, BUT you need to reschedule at least 3 days ahead of your class or we charge a standard $75 fee.

9. What about a discount?

Got a good reason? We’ll do what we can. Some of the discounts we offer are student, law enforcement, military, group and referral discount to name a few.

10. Do you offer the class in Spanish?
We give the class in English, and though some of our instructors speak Spanish you will need to bring someone with you to translate if you are not fluent in English to ensure you comprehend everything and pass the tests.

11. When is the class, and what time?

All weekday & weekend class timings are 7:30am – 4pm, Ocala is 8am – 4:30pm, sometimes we add an afternoon from 11am-6:30pm. Check location for available weekday classes (if any).

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