Motorcycle Training boom
Motorcycle training boom
Increase fueled by gas prices also brings more
By: Darryl Enriquez
"With gas prices nearing $3.20 a gallon in
the Milwaukee-area, drivers are revving up
fuel-sipping motorcycles and mopeds to economize
transportation, creating long waiting lists for
motorcycle training and bumping up crash and
Nancy Pfaffle, motorcycle training coordinator
for Waukesha County Technical College, said her
waiting list for WCTC's class is in the
hundreds, and she is referring riders who can't
wait for an opening in her program to technical
colleges in Milwaukee, Kenosha and Madison and
to private trainers.
"Historically, we've always had interest in the
course, but now I'm seeing a significant
difference in the students in this class in
gender and in age," said Brian Dorow, an
associate dean at Waukesha County Technical
"It's a popular recreational activity, and now
they're driving motorcycles to save on gas."
Of the dozen riders who were completing their
training last week at the college, five said
they were changing over to motorcycle
transportation to cut gasoline expenses.
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