Check out the training incentives provided by the motorcycle manufacturers. All the major manufacturers want you trained, and make recommendations and give incentives to do so. These programs change, so please check with your local dealer for current program details.


BMW
- BMW used to pay for the entire course if you bought a new street-legal BMW.  Supposedly the program as been suspended! Please check with your local dealer for details, and if true, write BMW!!!

 


Harley
- To receive reimbursement, you must be an active member in Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) on the date the course is taken.
- The reimbursement is up to $50, paid in the form of a H.O.G. bonus coupon.
- Reimbursement is limited to one course annually.
- Requests for reimbursement must be made within three months from the course date.
- Members who have already completed a RiderCourse should submit copies of their tuition receipt and RiderCourse completion card to H.O.G.
Check with your local dealer for details.

 


Honda
- American Honda offers a maximum $75 reimbursement to members of the Honda Riderís Club of America (HRCA).
- Anyone can join... go to a local Honda dealer, call 1-800-847-4722, or register online at the HRCA website. Membership is only $24.95 per year.
- Some limitations apply, and full eligibility rules are contained in the memberís benefit manual.
Check with your local dealer for details.

 


Kawasaki
- Kawasaki Good Times Owners Club will reimburse $50 for completing the RiderCourse to members of the Good Times Owners Club.
- One course reimbursement annually.
- Reimbursement will be received in the form of Good Times Owners Club bucks.
- Present "bucks" to your dealer and put it towards your next accessory or safety equipment purchase.
- To receive your reimbursement, submit copies of tuition receipt, RiderCourse completion card and your membership number to Kawasaki Motors Corp.
Check with your local dealer for details.

 


Suzuki
- American Suzuki offers a Motorcycle RiderCourse benefit for new "Rider Graduates."
- American Suzuki will reward a RiderCourse graduate $50.00 upon verification of both the course completion and the purchase of a new street-legal Suzuki motorcycle (one reward per person).
- Purchaser must submit a copy of the course tuition receipt, RiderCourse completion card, motorcycle purchase invoice and a reimbursement form (given to the purchaser by the dealer at the time of purchase) to American Suzuki.
- Training can occur up to six months before or six months after purchase of a new street-legal Suzuki motorcycle.
Check with your local dealer for details.

 


Yamaha
- Yamaha is offering a $50 U.S. Savings Bond to purchasers of a new, street-legal Yamaha, regardless of model year, when the purchaser completes the RiderCourse.
- Training must be completed within six months of purchase.
- To receive the Savings Bond, you must submit copies of your Yamaha bill of sale, your RiderCourse tuition receipt, your RiderCourse completion card and a payment request form (given to the customer by the dealer at the time of purchase) to Yamaha.
Check with your local dealer for details.

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