Cascade Moto Classics, Inc
13705 SW Farmington Road
Beaverton, OR 97005
Toll Free: 877-574-3353
Tues-Fri 10a-6p, Sat 9a-5p
New To Riding?
We are an ardent supporter of Team Oregon's motorcycle riding course. They provide wonderful classes for novice riders, experienced riders, and advanced riders.
If you are just beginning to be involved in motorcycling, the smartest thing would be to take Team Oregon's basic rider class. The Basic class consists of 7 hours of classroom instruction and 9 hours of riding experience over 3 days. Small lightweight motorcycles are provided by the school. Once you have graduated from the class, you take your certificate to the DMV and they will give you a motorcycle endorsement - no DMV tests required!
We are very proud of the awards we have received from Team Oregon for our support. For more information vist their web site at: http://team-oregon.org
If you are not in Oregon, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation should have their Basic Rider Course in an area near you. Visit their website at http://msf-usa.org for more information.
Triumph will pay for your Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic Rider class! Now through June 30, 2012, Triumph Motorcycles will pay up to $225 for your rider training when you purchase a NEW Triumph Motorcycle. Within six months of successfully completing a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) or Canada Safety Council on-road new rider training program, just provide proof of course completion and your receipt for tuition to Cascade Moto Classics, Inc. when you buy your new bike. After completing the customer rebate application form, Triumph Motorcycles will send you a gift card worth up to $225 to pay for the tuition. It's our's and Triumph Motorcycle's way of saying thanks for riding smart and joining the Triumph family.
15% off gloves, helmets, boots, and a jacket When you show us your registration for Team Oregon's basic rider class!!
1. Purchase a good helmet that is correctly fitted. Never buy a used helmet. Full-Face helmets offer the most protection. Armored motorcycle gear is worth its weight in gold. Gloves are also a must!
2. Check your tires and brakes before going riding as they are the most important safety feature on your bike. Check for proper pressure, wear, or damage that could affect the handling of the bike.
3. Maintain your motorcycle as per manufacturer's recommendations.