Motorcycle Training Institute Inc.

Certified: 1998

Certification

MSF RiderCoach Trainer

• Basic RiderCourse
• Basic RiderCourse 2

MSF RiderCoach

• Bike Bonding Basic RiderCourse
• Ultimate Bike Bonding RiderCourse
• Scooter School 1

Retired Certifications

Motorcycle RiderCourse: Riding & Street Skills
Dirt Bike School
Harley-Davidson New Rider Course - Rider's Edge
Florida Driver License Examiner

Motorcycle Life

Current

Suzuki SV650S

Past

Honda Pacific Coast
Honda Goldwing 1500
Harley-Davidson 883

Professional Development

Skill Enhancement Rider Course - Once
Basic Rider Course - Once
Experienced RiderCourse - Once
Dirt Bike School - Once
Scooter School 1 - Once
Motorcycle RiderCourse: Riding & Street Skills - Three

Memberships

State Motorcycle Safety Administrators
American Motorcyclist Association
Jennifer M Hooper

Director RiderCoach Training | Director Dealer Relations | RiderCoach Trainer

Someone once told me “Pick a job you love to do so you never have to work a day in your life.” Six years ago I was a music instructor with a passion for motorcycling. Motorcycling has been in my family for four generations, so it was no surprise when I started riding my own two-wheeler at the age of four. I started on a Suzuki JR 50 and it was not long before I wanted it to go faster. Next was a Suzuki DS 80 then a Honda 250 Dual Sport, and anything with two-wheels.
Being fortunate enough to come from a motorcycling family there was and is no shortage of motorcycles. I now ride a Honda 700 Shadow, , Honda Pacific Coast 800, Suzuki SV650S, Suzuki TL1000S, and a BMW R1100GS.

My riding experience includes motorcross (when I was younger), day to day commuting, as well as some longer adventures. My longest day was spent on the SV650S, 720 miles from North Carolina to Pensacola, Florida. Making it a round trip from home of 2,575 Miles in 11 days.

My annual miles total approximately 18,000. In spring of 2001 I appeared on the cover of Woman Rider Magazine. I road and reviewed the new Ducati Monster 600 Metallic. As often as possible I try to ride any bike I can. I have had the opportunity to ride many other makes and models.

Motorcycling is so much fun it is hard not to take it for granted and I do not. Motorcycle safety is very important to me and rightfully so. I practice on each of the bikes I ride working on my stopping, swerving, cornering and so on. I stay up on and informed of the latest and greatest and treat myself well to good riding gear. “The more you know, the better it gets!”

Someone told me once “Pick a job you love to do so you never have to work a day in your life.” Today I am a motorcycle instructor with a passion for music.

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