Rider safety and training opportunities just got a whole lot more plentiful in the greater Dallas/Ft. Worth metro area, thanks to the new MSF (Motorcycle Safety Foundation) Campus at Irving, Texas.
The MSF Campus at Irving offers the complete system of MSF street and off-road rider education and training opportunities available to date including the Basic RiderCourse, the Experienced RiderCourse, and the DirtBike School, as well as the ATV Safety Institute’s ATV RiderCourse.
The MSF Campus is also a research and testing site for new MSF curriculum products currently under development, with the added value that students there are likely to be among the first to benefit from new courses when they are officially released.
In addition, the MSF Campus hosts ongoing professional development events for MSF RiderCoaches, Dirt Bike School Coaches, and ASI Instructors.
“By combining rider education, curriculum research, and MSF RiderCoach and ASI Instructor training, the MSF Campus really raises the bar,” said MSF Director of Program Administration Robert Gladden. “This is where you’ll find the newest techniques, the best practices, and brightest ideas. We’re very pleased to be recognized by the Texas Department of Public Safety Motorcycle Safety Unit to make these programs available to the riders and prospective riders of Texas, and to the entire motorcycling community.”
Class schedules and online enrollment will be available 24/7 beginning August 15 at www.msf-campus.org. The MSF Campus at Irving is located at 4529 Royal Lane, Irvine, TX, 75063, and can be reached at (972) 929-5455.
The MSF Campus at Irving is one of three in the MSF Campus network. The other two MSF Campus locations are in Troy, Ohio and Alpharetta, Georgia.