Portland, Oregon - MotoSport.com announces a strategic partnership with the United States Motorcycle Coaching Association to help grow the riding community and bring awareness to the overall need for rider safety, training and instruction.
MotoSport.com has helped grow the riding community for some time through various sponsorships and partnerships that promote the overall riding experience with the idea to get out and ride. A primary concern, yet not widely discussed, for anyone on two-wheels is rider safety. Therefore, to help mark the end of Motorcycle Safety Month, the leading online retailer of parts and gear has teamed up with the USMCA, the country’s leading non-profit organization advocating for riding coaches and overall safety on two-wheels.
“When it comes to racing and riding dirt bikes and street bikes, safety is a top priority,” said Scott Huddleston, Senior VP and General Manager of MotoSport.com. “A leading question we get from customers centers around safety and the gear they should wear, but we also get those looking for information about riding classes and ways to better their skills. We are pleased to support a much needed resource for riders.”
The USMCA has started a nationwide infrastructure of certified motorcycle coaches in an effort to provide quality coaching for on- and off-road motorcyclists from the beginner level up through advanced levels of riding and competition. With a vision to create a thriving motorcycle industry, the USMCA is racing towards its goals of 250,000 new and returning riders using their program by 2025 and 250 certified coaches by the end of 2021.
“We continue to be impressed by our partners’ commitment to serve the riders of our community,” said Christy LaCurelle USMCA President. “This is no exception with the addition of MotoSport.com to our partner list as they are focused on elevating the experience the rider has with their online store and remain committed to support the industry including the USMCA’s mission of growing the sport of motorcycling through proper coaching. We are excited to have them onboard and look forward to working with their team, supported riders and coaches as well as collaborating on key events together.”
To become a certified USMCA riding coach, applicants must adhere to strict standards that include upholding a set Code of Conduct, pass a background check, become CPR/ First Aid certified , become CPR/ First Aid certified and complete core training content as set forth by the USMCA, among other requirements.
MotoSport.com has led the powersports industry by offering the best selection of parts, gear, tires and accessories since 1999 for your dirt bike, street bike, ATV or side-by-side. MotoSport.com wants to “make your next ride your best ride” by making it easy to order online and receive outstanding customer service from their knowledgeable Gearheads who own, ride and wrench on their machines. For more information, visit www.motosport.com.
About the U.S. Motorcycle Coaching Association (USMCA)
USMCA is an association where riders and parents can connect to motorcycle coaches they can trust through the network, www.MotorcycleCoaching.org. For more information on the USMCA or become a USMCA Certified Coach, visit www.USMCA.org.