|Woodstock, GA Viewers of Speed TVs popular motorcycling
show, 2-Wheel Tuesday, got an up-close look at the latest trend in
motorcycle training on Tuesday, March 1. The series season opener
led off with a profile of the Atlanta Motorcycle Schools (AMS), owned
by Ken and JoAnna Murray of Woodstock, Georgia. For the past five
years, Atlanta Motorcycle Schools have been teaching private, one-on-one
lessons to both new and intermediate street and dirt bike riders.
The five-minute segment featured two novice riders, Deborah Hinkle
of Roswell, Georgia, and Speed TV cameraman Scott Lootens of Atlanta,
Georgiawho was lured out from behind his lens to give two-wheel
riding a try. By the end of the class, both students were excited
about what they had learned.
Weve taken motorcycle training to a new level with
this approach, said Ken Murray, and our customers love
it. We teach people from all over the country. Having our program
highlighted on 2-Wheel Tuesday showed motorcyclists everywhere that
one-on-one instruction works.
A veteran motorcyclist who rides over 25,000 miles per year, Murray
is well aware that many people are excited and a little nervous
when it comes to learning how to ride. People learn to ride
at different rates and we adapt our curriculum to their capabilities.
The result is that they learn the skills they will need to enjoy
riding for years to come.
Whats next for Atlanta Motorcycle Schools? Motorcycling
is our passion, and our goal is to share that with everyone we teach,
he said. Judging from the numerous student testimonials that appear
on the schools web site, they are well on their way to doing
For more information about Atlanta Motorcycle Schools, call (770)
573-9902 or visit www.atlantamotorcycleschools.com.
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