Tulsa Police Motorcycle Safety Course

What:     Tulsa Police Motorcycle Safety Course in cooperation with Tulsa Parks
               sponsored by OHSO - Share the Road Grant

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               6100 South Riverside Drive

What Time:  9:00am to 3:00pm


Sept. 9, 2017

Sept. 23, 2017

Sept. 24, 2017 

Cost: This Class is FREE to participants.  


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The Tulsa Police Department Motorcycle Unit will hold a one day class designed to teach motorcycle riders techniques to make them better / safer riders.  

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  • Clutch Friction Zone
  • Proper Braking Techniques
  • Cone Patterns
  • Rules of the road 

These techniques will help you become a better / safer rider.  This will be a fun day of riding class designed to make current riders better.  

To enroll in this class, you must be at least 18 years of age and have:

  • Street Legal Motorcycle
  • Valid 'M' Endorsed Drivers License
  • Insurance
  • Helmet
  • Eye Protection
  • Gloves
  • Long Sleeve Shirt
  • Boots that cover Ankle

This class is NOT designed to teach a person to ride that has never ridden.  Some riding experience is required. 

To enroll, send an email to TPDShareTheRoad@cityoftulsa.org   

Please provide: Wings50.jpg

  1. Name
  2. Address
  3. Phone Number
  4. Email Address
  5. Driver's License Number/State
  6. Date you'd like to attend

You will be contacted by email/phone for enrollment verification

  • Class size is limited to 30 students. 
  • You will be required to sign a "Hold Harmless" document to participate.

Motorcycle Safety Course Testimony

My name is Steven Guthrie and I participated in the TPD Share the Road course on May 21st and am wanting to attend another course on June 4th if you have an opening in that class.  I found the course to be extremely valuable and would like a chance to improve my skills even further.

I have ridden almost every day since 2011 and felt I could deal with situations that came up. That thought I had was a lie.  While laying on my back on the asphalt of the parking lot while performing a simple 90 degree right turn from a stop I quickly realized and said to myself "Steven you have no idea how to ride".  By taking part in the exercises throughout the day by the end of the course I was able to run the figure 8's several times without hitting a cone once.  I am telling anyone that rides they need to take this course.

Please feel free to share this email with any of your motor officers to let them know "they do make a difference".


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