Here is one I plan to take next spring.
Nationally recognized instructional techniques which are used to train police motor officers across the country are now available to civilian riders. This intensive 42 hour class will develop your coordination, balance, skills and confidence, enabling you to ride with the safety and efficiency enjoyed by the police motor officers.
The key components of the class include; clutch, throttle and brake-control combined with proper head and eye placement. Students are immersed in braking techniques, defensive driving, curve negotiation, pair riding, street riding and precision riding through specially designed cone-patterns that require locked turns along with radical changes of direction in tight places.
This training is available no where else in the country, unless you happen to be a police officer! Once you acquire those skills, you'll wonder how you ever managed without them!
There is a 2½ hour classroom session on the evening before the first day of class. This class is from 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM and is for administration , covering the rules and getting acquainted. This class is mandatory.
The riding class days are 10 hours long, from 8:00 am to 6:00pm, with an hour lunch break.
I have talked to a few very experienced riders who have taken it and they say it is very humiliating to drop the school bikes 20 times in the first few days. They also say it was a great course to take and taught them a lot of things that they never understood or knew that they could do on a bike. I think of it as a slow Pridmore school
It looks like fun