Columbus, OH (PRWEB) March 20, 2014
A.D. Farrow Co. Harley-Davidson is holding its first 2014 Harley-Davidson Riding Academy Class on the first day of Spring, March 20th. The Harley-Davidson Motor Company transitioned from the name “Rider’s Edge” to “Harley-Davidson Riding Academy” in order to place emphasis on the fact that the program is meant to teach riders.
In 2003, A.D. Farrow Co. launched the first-ever Rider’s Edge Program in the state of Ohio, training more than 400 riders. And even though rider’s training is not mandatory in the state of Ohio, the state-run program saw an immediate 400% jump in enrollment, thanks to the publicity surrounding Rider’s Edge. Now having trained more than 5,000 riders the dealership is ready to take on a new program and teach even more Ohio riders. The dealership also revealed that 42% of the riders in the course are women. Given the company's rich history of women involvement in the dealership this comes as no surprise.
“With the introduction of the new Harley-Davidson Street 500 and 750 motorcycles, it made perfect sense to sequence this new model release with a fresh approach to the program as a whole,” stated Harley-Davidson Motor Company. A.D. Farrow Co. will begin training with the new model bikes in late May early June upon their arrival.
To schedule a class now, call 740-965-9900 or click here.