Nebraska Safety Council Adds Motorcycle Training Class to 2019 Schedule
The Nebraska Safety Council (www.nesafetycouncil.org) has added another motorcycle training class to the 2019 schedule. The additional class will be offered August 30–September 1. Successful completion of this three-day Beginner Rider Motorcycle course entitles the rider to receive the “M” endorsement on their driver’s license. This course is approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and State of Nebraska, and all instructors are certified.
The Nebraska Safety Council, 3270 Folkways Blvd. in Lincoln, offers its motorcycle training class between April and October each year. Motorcycles are not required to attend, the Nebraska Safety Council will provide them, and riding experience is not necessary—this is a true beginner’s course. There are only six spots available in each class for an optimal learning experience, so don’t delay in getting signed up! View all available sessions and register online at www.nesafetycouncil.org.
The Nebraska Safety Council is an organization that provides education and leadership to empower people to live safe and healthy. To learn more, visit www.nesafetycouncil.org. Feel free to also contact Laurie Klosterboer at (402) 483-2511 / firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.