This ride features a few staged situations that are common collision traps for riders. Included are intersection conflicts, a tricky intersection turn, a car drifting into our lane, and a passing procedure.
This shorter ride will provide further experiences in rural settings as well as suburban business areas. Also, some time will be spent riding through a construction area.
This ride will take us to a popular motorcyclist hangout called Cook’s Corner. The roadways are mostly curvy and rural with two lanes and narrow shoulders. Lots of constant, strategic planning in this one.
This ride will take us from the MSF offices to Oso Parkway via suburban and residential areas, with both two-lane and multiple-lane roadways.
In this ride, we will be returning to the MSF offices via Interstate 5. We’ll experience a lot of freeway riding and end with suburban-type riding
In this ride, we’ll be returning to San Juan Capistrano on Ortega highway, but this time traveling mostly downhill with lots of side roads, intersections and oncoming traffic.
In this ride, we’ll be experiencing more of the Ortega highway, especially mountainous areas with lots of curves and changing elevations. This fun ride ends at the Lookout Roadhouse, which has an overlook toward Palm Springs and Lake Elsinore.
In this ride, we’ll be enjoying Ortega highway, a rural two-lane highway in the mountains of the Cleveland National Forest. This smooth, curvy road is itself one of the most popular motorcyclist destinations in Southern California.
In this ride, we will be experiencing several situations related to light suburban riding and multiple lane roadways. We’ll be interacting with a variety of other highway users.
In this ride, we will be experiencing steeper grades and suburban roadways with lots of scenic places that could be cause for distraction, both for us and for others.