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1/13-1/26: Motorcycle Maintenance Class, CCSF

1400 Evans Ave near Mendell

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Why not learn more about bikes at CCSF? Your interest may even lead to a career in the motorcycle industry!

City College Automotive Technology offers Moto 90, Introduction to Motorcycle Technology, at the Evans Campus, 1400 Evans Ave, just off 3rd Street in San Francisco. It's located close to downtown, conveniently served by several Muni routes, yet with plenty of free parking for your car, motorcycle or bicycle.

Moto 90 is offered as a Monday/Wednesday evening class, from 6.30 pm to 9.20. CRN is 30947.
Spring semester starts January 13, 2020, runs until Memorial Day. No mechanical experience required (and you don't have to own a motorcycle, but you will definitely learn about them).

Official Moto 90 course description: This course is the entry level course to the motorcycle technician series. Students will be shown an overview of the history and culture of motorcycles, industry vocabulary and language, safety, tools, theory of operation and the basic use of hand tools in shop-related projects. The "soft" skills of customer relations are taught next to the "hard" skills of hands-on technical training. Students are introduced to electronic diagnostic equipment.

Already completed Moto 90, or possess enough motorcycle work skills to pass a challenge test? This semester the Motorcycle Department is offering Moto 93. CRN 33237. This 4-unit credit course educates students in rebuilding of motorcycle engines and power trains. It will run Saturdays, 8.00 am – 1.50 pm.

Also offered, Moto 63, an intermediate course to develop the skills necessary to paint and customize motorcycles. CRN 32641. It happens Tuesdays/Thursdays, 6.30 – 9.20 pm. The cost? Just $46 per credit unit, plus registration fees. Moto 90 and Moto 93 are 4 units, Moto 63 is 3 units. Financial aid/Board of governors fee waiver/ Free City may be available for San Francisco residents.

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