It's Your

Time To Ride

1. Permit

Get Your Permit

The first step toward becoming a Victory rider is to get your rider’s permit. It lets you practice riding, and it’s required for your training class.

2. Class

Take The Class

There are several rider’s training classes available. We suggest you look for a Motorcycle Safety Foundation – MSF – class. MSF-certified instructors are highly qualified and they’ll help you learn to ride the right way. There’s a mix of classroom training and hands-on riding training on an enclosed range. In many states, MSF classes end with you taking your riding test to get your state’s motorcycle endorsement.

3. Gear

Get Your Gear

We endorse riders who practice ATGATT – All the Gear, All the Time. At the very least, your riding gear during the MSF class and when you’re on the road should include: a DOT-certified helmet, eye protection (glasses or a helmet’s face shield; windshields don’t count), a jacket or long-sleeved shirt, gloves, long pants, and closed-toed footwear that is at least ankle high. The Victory Apparel Collection has everything you need to ride protected, in comfort, and in style all year-round.

4. Ride

Ride On!

With your motorcycle endorsement and proper riding gear, you’re set to experience the excitement and exhilaration of motorcycling Victory-style. Download the Victory RiderX app so you can track your rides, find services along the way, check the weather, and much more.

Ride Safe and Have Fun. We'll See You Out on the Open Road.

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