"The 20 'audit' spots were included because our school's in-class curriculum makes sense," Chief Instructor Nick Ienatsch said. "So many people want to mystify motorcycle riding, and it's our goal to explain it in clear, everyday language. Over the years, we've had potential riders sit in on the class, and each of them has left with a clear understanding of how the bike and rider work together to control speed and direction...and they have gone on to buy bikes and enjoy this sport. I wish we could have every new or potential motorcycle rider in the country sit in our classroom, watch the videos, get a two-up ride...let the how's and why's of motorcycle riding soak into their brains. It would save a lot of crashes, save our industry... and literally save lives. There are solid, explainable reasons why good riders are good...and why drama happens."