About Ride Arizona MTC
Ride Arizona MTC is the prime Southern Arizona motorcycle rider training facility. We have your motorcycle safety course designed so you can get your motorcycle license and increase your skills. Our riders have been recommended to us for training since 2009.
We strive to have a positive learning, teaching, and working environment for all clients and employees.We believe that everyone deserves to be treated with respect and integrity and have the opportunity to learn a new skill.
Our primary goal is to improve, educate, and provide continuous learning for all levels of riders in a safe and controlled environment. We’ve trained more than 3000 motorcyclists in the Casa Grande, Marana, Tucson, and Sierra Vista communities.
Started off on a 450 Honda Nighthawk “basket case” I sold it six months later for the price of which I paid for it . That’s when I became a Honda Shadow girl, 600DLX to a 1300VTX until 2011, I went to a 650-ER Kawasaki for 6 months and now I ride a Suzuki 1250FA and my seconded motorcycle will be a GSXR1000 purchased by my husband as a Christmas present 2013 . I can say form experience this was the best course I’ve ever taken and would not had lived to ride had I not take the course.
There is nothing better than trained and knowledgeable rider!
I acquired my MSF certification from Chester’s Harley Davidson in Mesa in March 2009. I’ve been teaching motorcycle safety since April 2009. The joy you get from seeing a beginner rider complete the course and get certified is very rewarding. I am a vet of 12 years of the Air Force.
Since I’ve been riding I can’t think of a more enjoyable activity.
My current road bike is a 2008 Buell Ulysses. Choosing the Buell was a very big change after 20+ years with BMWs. Not that anything’s wrong with current BMWs, the Ulysses just had a very strong appeal. I still have my 1982 BMW R100rs (over 200,000 miles). I don’t see myself letting that bike go for a very long time.
My goal in teaching the riding classes is to influence at least one person so that they make a decision which will save their life. I don’t know who it will be, I don’t know which class they’ll be in, I just know that they’ll be along at some time.