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the Harley dealers are doing this. I just took the course last weekend. Max of 8 students and 2 instructors, riding the 2014 Street 500.

It was a refresher for me, I felt I could use it plus I wanted to play with the new Harley. And, you know, free. For active or former military.

I highly recommend it if you can take advantage.

They also do the Seasoned Rider course for only $75, but of course that's "bring your own bike".

Naturally you don't have to be on a Harley, I rode the Vulcan 500 to class!
 

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I posted about this a while ago here.

It's an especially good deal for our military and veterans. The Harley course offers the EXACT same curriculum as the other MSF courses, MUCH smaller class sizes, and absolutely no bike-swapping (like I had to do). One bike per person.
 

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Naturally you don't have to be on a Harley, I rode the Vulcan 500 to class!
ih,, so how much did that vacation time share cost ya?
 

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I'm dense this morning, I don't get it
ih,, as opposed to any otter morning?.. it was a pun. nothing in life is free.
hardley does this stuff to get you in the store or at least parking lot. if nothing else but plant seeds for future purchase, aka vacation time share outfits do this kinda marketing all the time. give you a free weekend vaca or dinner while they pitch their goods.. no you don't hafta buy nothing. but somebody will. mebbe one day, you will too? one day, ther bankin on it. poncho
 
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