Nevada law requires you to have a motorcycle license (Class M) if you want to legally ride a motorcycle on public property. Many potential riders are confused by this because certain motorcycle-like vehicles, such as tri-mobiles and mopeds, do not require a Class M motorcycle license in Las Vegas to operate on public property, as long as the rider has a standard vehicle license.
Whether you are new to riding or have thousands of miles under your belt, motorcycle safety is an important consideration on each and every trip. Even if you are the best rider in the world – carefully studying the traffic and the road ahead – careless drivers, road debris or other unpredictable factors could easily turn an enjoyable trip into a ride to the hospital. Although some of these tips are common sense, they’re great reminders and can help keep you safe on the road:
The holidays are just around the corner and we’re stocking up on our inventory here at your Las Vegas Harley-Davidson dealer. Looking for a unique Harley themed present? Our Harley-Davidson Riding Academy Courses are the perfect think-out-of-the-box present for seasoned and beginner riders alike.
There is nothing quite like the feeling of climbing on a motorcycle and hitting the open road. It doesn't even matter where you are heading. The thrill is in the journey rather than the destination. But whether you are an eager novice or have been riding bikes for years, there are always skills and techniques you can learn to enhance your rides. That’s why riding classes for both new and experienced riders are offered at your local Las Vegas Harley-Davidson dealer.