Heather and Eric St. Pierre

Eric and I both really enjoyed the workshop last weekend and have mentioned it to other folks we know who ride. I think the headphones and radio were an excellent way to coach; this way we could all get instant feedback. I took it as another opportunity to challenge...

Christine Schmidt

I’m mostly a city rider. Motorcycling is about navigating city traffic and parking easily: practical, but not euphoric. My weekend with Jim Ford’s RW brought motorcycling into a new dimension: it’s all about curves and grace and smoothness. Jim transported us to some...

Paul Burke

Jim, I have to tell you I had a great time at The Rider’s Workshop weekend. You were a gracious, patient, and informative host that made me feel very welcome. It was the best weekend I have had in a long time and worth every penny. I learned some key ideas from...

Randy

Jim, I am going to work hard this year at being smoother. I felt a little hampered because I only have about 3,000 miles total on the VFR. I think you are correct in your assessment that it takes 50,000 miles to learn a new bike.

I have 24,000 on the LT and I feel...

Jim Eagan

Riding the Invisible Roads with Jim Ford and new friends was the most exciting motorcycle ride I have ever taken. I re-entered the world of motorcycling six years ago at age 59 and have ridden 50K plus miles since. Having purchased a ’04’ BMW CL cruiser...

Mike Barth

I just got back from a weekend at Jim Ford’s Riders Workshop. What adjectives best describe the experience? Unique. Challenging. Instructive.  Satisfying. All of those, and perhaps most importantly, just plain fun.  Like a master brewer, Jim has concocted a blend of...