Angie rides a 2009 Kawasaki KLX250 that is the most colorful thing you’ll ever meet, on or off-road. She coaches 2 and 3 wheeled classes and runs our office.
Brad is in Nova Scotia in the picture with his old Gold Wing, but his current ride is a newer model with GPS, but still a Gold Wing! You’ll most likely find him in our Eustis 2 wheeled classes, when he’s not riding the road or out on his trail bike.
Whenever he can get out you’ll find Adam on his Kawasaki Eliminator, just cruising and enjoying the ride. Other times you’ll find him at our Orlando locations coaching 2 wheeled classes, or trying to keep up with his 2 year old son Hunter. Adam is patient and fun, and he can share his knowledge in English or in Spanish.
His Gold Wing is set up to travel, with all the tech gadgets and comforts. Barney coaches 2 and 3 wheel classes in English and in Spanish, mostly in Orlando and in Eustis. If Barney is your coach, you can bet he will be patient and can share his many years of experience.
Don rides his Wing everywhere, in every weather and every season. He is active with GWRRA and coaches at all of our locations for Basic and Advanced courses on 2 and 3 wheels. Don is a stickler for details, so he’ll be sure you get the most out of your class.
Don’t let this picture scare you, he’s not always this fast! Dustan is actually a patient coach with lots of experience with a variety of different kinds of riding and styles of bikes. Besides the one in this picture, he has a Suzuki DRZ400 SM.
In this picture Ken is on a touring bike, but lately he’s riding a Honda CTX700 sport tourer. He has experience with lots of riding styles and loves to share it with everyone, from scooter riders to chopper owners and all in between.
You can see by the smile on her face that Pam loves riding! She rides a Kawasaki Mean Streak, but don’t let that scare you, she is a fun and patient 2 and 3 wheel coach and she’ll make your class memorable
In English or in Spanish, Paco can help build your skills on 2 or 3 wheels, and you’ll never find him far from his bike. He is an all season, all weather rider who loves to coach beginners and advanced riders alike, and his fun laid-back style will put you at ease.
When he’s not coaching riders, Rick is on his “other ride” in his day job as a helicopter pilot. When he’s not flying, he rides a Harley Davidson Street Glide and coaches our 2 wheeled classes at all of our locations. He’s fun to learn with and will keep you laughing
She can ride anything, even Brad’s Gold Wing, in this picture. Her fun and laid back style will keep you smiling while you learn, no matter what you ride or how much experience you have.
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Sharing your passion for riding in one of the most rewarding jobs you’ll ever love.
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