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1. Iron Buffalo Motorcycle Training - Commerce City

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E 60th Ave &, Trenton St, Commerce City, CO 80022

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Iron Buffalo Motorcycle Training: what do users think?

jose cordero: The best motorcycle curse ever ,I really appreciate what they did for me help all the way and the instructor where there to answer all my questions help to get back to riding and I think this is the best way to go if you need a motorcycle endorsement ,thanks to them I can ride my motorcycle and have fun ,thank you so much guys I really appreciated

Rick Lowman: Iron Buffalo provides an excellent course through Total Control training. After taking the intermediate course to learn more skills and get my motorcycle endorsement, I can say for sure I will be going back for advanced courses and be referring everyone I know who is thinking about getting their license to Iron Buffalo for their training. Great experience with Pete and his crew there.

Nancy Sanchez: Just got done with my riding courses and I can happily say I am more than happy I took these classes not only did Bob and Peter give us tools to use out on the road, they also taught us how to use these tools in a very safe manner! I look forward to taking my intermediate classes once I have gotten more comfortable with my own motorcycle. Thank you Bob and Peter for your demonstrations and knowledge you have given me!!

Brian Mackenzie: This class pays for itself. You will easily earn back the money you spend on tuition with Iron Buffalo by using their techniques and lessons to avoid tickets and damage to your bike by not riding unsafely. Good course. Good instructors.However a month after I completed and passed the class I went to the DMV on Peoria and IB had never entered my course completion information into the State’s system. IB kept saying the State’s system has been down “for a couple of weeks.” I had to keep reminding IB that my course was completed long before the system issues they described. After three mind numbing, spirit crushing trips to the DMV, there was phone call after phone call and all the hassle you could ever hope for. Still nothing. I have to go back to the DMV tomorrow too. Oh, joy.

Cameron McPherson: were full of information. No time was wasted and I found myself able to apply a lot of the classroom work to the practice on the riding range.The atmosphere that Bob and Tana curated incentivized all of the students to interact with each other, encourage each other and discuss amongst ourselves ideas about improving - as we all had different strengths and weaknesses.At the end when we all got the good news that we had passed and were having our few minutes alone with the instructors, they made you feel like you weren't just one class in a long line of classes - not just some number on a sheet. They talked excitedly with each of us individually about our score, how we can continue to thrive and they wanted to make sure we knew how to go and find our first motorcycle.Overall the experience was overwhelmingly worth the money and the about 2.5 days of time spent. I will be back to take other courses here.Thanks Bob and Tana!

Randy Smith: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Recently took the Iron Buffalo Motorcycle Safety Course and I was thoroughly impressed! The curriculum was comprehensive and well-structured, ensuring all participants were well-equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge. A special shoutout to our instructor, Cory! His patience, expertise, and passion for teaching shone through in every lesson. His guidance not only made me feel more confident on the road but also made the entire learning experience enjoyable. Highly recommend Iron Buffalo and if you get the chance, ask for Cory!

D P: I sent my wife to this place and she had an amazing experience and the instructor was Peter Wolf. He was such a kind man and treated my wife with great respect and I really had appreciated that.She is riding with great confidence.She is a retiree so this is her first foray into motorcycling as she is driving a 49cc scooter.She was able to bring her own scooter 🛵💨 as the used scooter that they had was not in good shape and died often. My suggestion is that they get that one dialed in and running right or even consider getting a fuel injected scooter as they don't need to be "warmed up" before ridingOn the other hand, my daughter had a not great experience with one of the instructors at this company a few years back. I was hesitant and even somewhat reluctant to send somebody back. When I called and explained that information to them the person said that they had a couple of bad instructors and once they found out about it fired them post haste. They offered a discount to my daughter if she wanted to come back.I had made multiple calls to other locations and nobody answered the phone nor did they call me so I decided to move forward with these guys with my hands in prayer.The results were great. The instructor was very attentive. The class went a little long and I was okay with that because I am a firm believer of more instruction is better results on the road of which my bride has. The instructor really enjoyed these students and spent time with. I was around when he handed out the certificates and I could just hear the love he had for the in his voice.I am a standard size motorcycle rider and I also ride 49cc. Riding small bike is just "stupid fun". It brings back the mini bike kid in me and get rid of all the pretense and some snobbery many motorcycle riders have. When I ride my full-size I get the waves from fellow riders. When I ride my small bike I don't even get consideration and guess what? I don't even care because they don't know what I know... Getting "air in your hair" or "breeze on your knees" is fun no matter what...I think what I like best about riding small bike is waving at the neighbors and seeing the kids wave because it's more about their size and that type bike is more neighborly and friendly and I'll take that over snobbery any day of the week.At any rate I was so very proud of my beide and her riding is soooo much better then before she went. Her confidence is through the roof.Thank you to all at Iron Buffalo Motorcycle Training and thank you Peter Wolf for being a gentleman.Blessing to all.

Grant Applegate: What a terrific motorcycle training/safety course! It is very well organized, and both instructors, Jiri and Shelly, were excellent, engaging and really focused on ensuring your safety and knowledge/understanding. We are going to come back for the intermediate lessons as well.

Zach Nasr: Instructors are extremely helpful and kind. Lots of hands on riding, couldn’t have picked a better beginner MSF course. Will be back again for a future course! Thanks Pete and Brandon!

Jason Plett: Took the intermediate training with these guys and change my riding life. Highly recommend!

Cameron Lesuer: I’d say this weekend-course in itself is not enough experience to sufficiently prepare a brand new rider for safely commuting on the road. More practice will be necessary. However it is a great value and is very well designed, to give a solid foundation to build on for absolute beginners and provide a ton of valuable insight even to experienced riders. You’ll become very aware of what you need to practice. Tana and Mark made for an ideal learning environment for all skill levels. It was low-stress and fun, though they offered every critique/suggestion relevant to what they could observe as imperfect. And they were very observant/engaged with all of us individually, as well as very experienced/knowledgeable. Their critiques will definitely be replaying in my head as I continue to practice. The material itself is top notch as well.

Louis Hrabar: were extremely professional and helpful the entire weekend. I had not rode a motorcycle in over 16 years and with their teaching I was able to get back on a bike, ride safely, and comfortably. They took time to explain things that I didn't understand and made sure I was ready to pass my evaluation. With their teaching I feel confident in my choice to buy and ride a motorcycle. If you're a new rider or looking to get back on a bike this is the place to go. I am already looking at returning to them in a few months for the intermediate class. Lastly if you see this Bob or Jiri thank you so much.

Jeff K: The rider course was fantastic. I learned far more than I expected.

kristin perkins: Overall an amazing experience, the teachers are informative and fun. That helps make this a great class for beginners.

Joe: Amazing instructors and overall a wonderful experience. Starting the class I had zero confidence and knew next to nothing about operating a motorcycle. At the end of the class I felt like I had been riding for months. One of the best investments I've ever made. Highly reccomend.

Aspen pevan: I cannot stress this enough- BOOK A CLNIC SESSION IMMEDIATELY. Don’t mind the price. It is seriously well worth it!! There’s a reason why they have 5 stars. This is hand down the best training course and clinic. I just got my endorsement from them last weekend. I couldn’t be happier. I was slightly hesitant as anybody would be. I had some experience but after working with Bob it felt like second nature. I am confident with being a rider and this lifestyle has improved my life so much already. I met some clear life long friends during the clinic & had an absolute blast.You learn so much that prepares you for the basics. There wasn’t ever a negative work expressed it was all positive redirection and positive attitudes all thru out. The flexibility and determination these instructors have to ensure people of all ages and abilities are taught in ways they learn best and ensure we train confident and secure in being riders is awesome. Genuinely loved it. I honestly miss it. I’m thrilled to have taken this course instead of MSF. I feel so prepared and motivated. Thanks so much Bob for taking the time to work with us this past weekend!

2. T3RG Motorcycle Schools - Denver

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4261 Federal Blvd #100, Denver, CO 80211

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3. Motorcycle Training Center G-Force Powersports - Lakewood

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7720 W Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80214

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Motorcycle Training Center G-Force Powersports: what do users think?

Joshua Barnes: While I can’t speak for every instructor, Andrew and the basic rider class we had these past few days were terrific. From experienced riders to a few like myself that had none, we all felt very welcomed and valued throughout the process. Would recommend anyone to go visit Andrew, no matter skill level!

Missy McHugh: Positive:Communication,Professionalism,Quality,ValueSuch a great class! I had only ridden as a passenger before and this was perfect - great energy, and if you're lucky to get Andrew - there is no way you won't learn something and have fun. Great skill practicing.

Justin Solano: Would 100% recommend

sarah clark: I meant to write this earlier but I had a wonderful experience learning how to ride with G force. The teachers are incredibly patient, welcoming and knowledgeable. They also provide bikes that are in good shape for the trainings, which isn’t always the case for these classes. I really appreciate the time Brandt and Andrew spent teaching me best practices and helping me learn the skill. Highly recommend these guys.

I Granderwood: . Andrew let me return several times to practice before taking the eval again. His enthusiasm for motorcycles, his patient, reassuring nature and encouragement helped me return to finish the course in full. SIDECAR - here I come!!! Woo hoo!!!

Lina Bachir: Went from nearly 0 ability to feeling comfortable enough with the basics that I just wanted to play on the bikes all day. Great intro class with really fun instructors, and you get your endorsement at the end! They really prepare you for the exam.

Noob To the Street: Great program that teaches you the way to ride and the instructor was excellent, he had a lot of fun and it was a small class making it very easy to go through the training and learn a lot of riding nuances to work on to become a good rider! The instruction was very focused and personal tips along the way. A lot of passion for both safety and riding overall! AC was great as well, and the training area is setup excellent. Bikes were new, different sizes and they had equipment to borrow as well. I HIGHLY recommend the class for any new rider, you will not regret it! Keep up the good energy and train as many of us as you can!!! Just remember SMOOTHLY!

Steven Newsom: Took the class with minimal knowledge of a bike . BJ made it extremely fun and easy to learn all the maneuvers and other training exercises! I highly recommend new and seasoned riders to take the class to hone your skills and at least get an insurance discount!

Chadd Warwick: . the instructor was great, I think he may have more fun than us, which really made for a great experience. if you are looking to take a class, this is the only place to go.

Z: Great place for learning! Experienced instructor, it was hot, but they can't control that, the classroom is airconditioned which was amazing!

Steve Bailey: , patient with brand new riders, and has the skill and experience to make the courses interesting for seasoned riders as well. Although it takes place at a dealership, the classes are very focused on skills development, are at no point a sales pitch, and are kept rather small.

4. Motorcycle Rider Training Center - Lakewood

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· 118 reviews

6th Ave &, Kipling St, Lakewood, CO 80226

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5. Black Bag Motorcycle Training - Thornton

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8820 Washington St, Thornton, CO 80229

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6. Abate Of Colorado/Rider Ed - Denver

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1701 Chambers Rd STE K, Aurora, CO 80011

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