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Is there a place that offers a USEFUL 3-4 hour class in riding a motorcycle in TW? I have only ridden e-scooters (not as powerful as a gas bike but even heavier) and little putt-putts (similar to dirt bikes) and I would feel more comfortable if I had some instruction in riding a scooter.
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