Triumph Motorcycles is partnering with the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF). And now, new or former riders interested in riding again can get a free MSF Basic eCourse.
The 3-hour eCourse provides an introduction to riding in today’s motorcycling environment. It’s a $20 value and is also a prerequisite for the “hands-on” MSF Basic RiderCourse. In most states, successful completion of the MSF Basic RiderCourse allows students to obtain a motorcycle endorsement upon completion.
Of the partnership, Rod Lopusnak, General Manager, Triumph Motorcycles America, said:
“Triumph Motorcycles has always been ‘For The Ride’, so this is a very fitting partnership to help share that passion. Now more than ever, people are looking for new forms of recreation, so I couldn’t think of a better time to help them discover the joy of riding.”
Also enthusiastic about the new partnership is Erik Pritchard, President and CEO of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation:
“We’re excited to partner with Triumph and help people embark on their journey into motorcycling. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation believes in lifelong learning, and prospective riders will find the eCourse to be the best first step to becoming a lifelong rider.”
If you are interested in taking the MSF eCourse for free, click on over to Triumph’s website, TriumphRider.com. Once there, complete the online form. You will then receive an email with a unique promo code. The code will allow you to register on the MSF website and receive the MSF’s Basic eCourse compliments of Triumph Motorcycles.