Welcome to Reg Pridmore's CLASS Motorcycle Schools - the Nation's BEST Street Riding School!
CLASS is the premier motorcycle track school in the nation for street motorcyclists - for good reason. Since 1972, 3 time AMA Superbike Champ and Hall of Fame member Reg Pridmore has been conveying his concepts in a straight-forward manner, so they are easy to understand and put to use. But it's not about racing, it's about Control and Technique - and at CLASS we run no more than two groups while typical track days run 3, sometimes 4. Do the math and CLASS is a great value and a great place to ride and learn.
So whether you're an experienced track rider, or looking to get on the track for the first time, we invite you to find out more about CLASS - who we are and what we do - by looking through the site - start in the about CLASS section for the full story. If you still have questions, give us a call and let's talk about it. Then when you're ready, just give us a call or sign up right online.
"I had an amazing time at CLASS. I learned more in two days with you than all my years of riding on the road combined. Reg is a phenomenal teacher. Everything he talked about worked exactly the way he said it would. Amazing." -James T.
"WOW !!! What a blast ! My 4th class with the Pridmore crew. I will do many others. Thanks for being a big part of my safety equipment". - Alan in OR via Facebook
Just in time for Christmas! Get an autographed copy of Reg's book "Smooth Riding - the Pridmore Way" for you or a friend. In its 5th printing! We're stocked up and ready to ship!
One reviewer writes: "Reg has finally taken a time out to write a book about his motorcycle riding philosophies, and it's a winner. "Smooth Riding the Pridmore Way" has become one of my all-time favorite books about motorcycle riding skills. It's absolutely packed with useful tips that are presented in a factual and very readable style with an additional bonus: lots of Reg's adventures and lessons learned from the track and a lifetime of motorcycling are woven in to keep things interesting and..." Read more here