Our Motorcycle Fleet
VISC maintains a rotating fleet of over 30 motorcycles for use in our Novice Skills and Traffic Skills courses. We have a variety of sizes and styles of motorcycles including cruisers, dual sports and sport bikes in order to accommodate different sized riders. Our motorcycles range in displacement from 150cc up to 700cc.
Barnes Harley Davidson has provided VISC with a 2015 Street 500. Students can experince a HD cruiser with a powerful enough to get you down the highway as well as narrow streets, while being nimble and quick in the turns.
Purchased from Action Motorcycles, we use several CBR 250's in our traffic fleet. Fun an nimble, the CBR has proven itself to be a reliable and enjoyable bike.
The Honda CTX700N offers students small bike handling on a larger bike platform. The CTX has a rigid, diamond-shaped steel frame that ensures both rock-solid stability and responsive handling.
A comfortable dual sport motorcycle, our XT 250's have proven themselves to be a solid and reliable motorcycle for our traffic students. Available in two different height settings.
The Honda CRF250L is a single-cylinder four-stroke motorcycle that produces smooth and consistent torque at low rpm, plus excellent high-rpm performance. We use CRF250Ls in both our Novice and Traffic courses.
An entry level cruiser that proves to be a fun and enjoyable bike for our students. The Rebel also features a low seat height that is both comfortable and confidence inspiring.
The GW250Z is a full-size motorcycle featuring first-rate components. Suzuki fuel-injection technology feeds the 248cc liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder engine, which delivers user-friendly power focused on strong low-to-mid rpm performance. The six-speed transmission gives riders complete control of the power delivery for confident cruising at freeways speeds and on city streets.
The Honda Rebel 300 is a sporty single-cylinder, 6 speed redesign of the classic Rebel motorcycle. Like it's predecessor, it has cruiser styling, low seat height and is easy to handle. The foot controls are not as forward and are in a more neutral position for the rider.