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Old 07-13-2019, 02:17 PM   #1
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3-wheel training SPECIAL $49!

Learn to ride a 3-wheeler for only $49! Our one day Total Control 3-wheel Riding Clinic at our north location (290 and FM1960) or our two day MSF 3-wheel Basic RiderCourse at our south location (LaMarque) are at a very special price if you sign up before the end of the month! This offer is good for any listed future course....you only need to sign up in July. Class includes the use of a CanAm Spyder or CanAm Ryker, use of a helmet, books, materials and more fun than you can shake a stick at. Don't let this opportunity pass!
To get the special $49 price, you need to call us at 281-897-7121 or 281-889-1464 before the end of July. Then, get ready to have a blast and qualify for your M endorsement (*3-wheel restricted). www.mrhridertraining.com
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Learn to ride a 3-wheeler for only $49! Our one day Total Control 3-wheel Riding Clinic at our north location (290 and FM1960) or our two day MSF 3-wheel Basic RiderCourse at our south location (LaMarque) are at a very special price if you sign up before the end of the month! This offer is good for any listed future course....you only need to sign up in July. Class includes the use of a CanAm Spyder or CanAm Ryker, use of a helmet, books, materials and more fun than you can shake a stick at. Don't let this opportunity pass!
To get the special $49 price, you need to call us at 281-897-7121 or 281-889-1464 before the end of July. Then, get ready to have a blast and qualify for your M endorsement (*3-wheel restricted). www.mrhridertraining.com
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Kevin - Do any of the bikes have controls in a standard versus feet-forward position? We talked about this almost a year ago as I know someone with very short legs that cant reach the brake on foot-forwards on the spyder who would take the class. Does the current fleet have more adjustability?
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