The motorcycle dedicated website BTO.com has released a listing of the top 30 motorcycle repair schools in the United States.
Georgia’s own Chattahoochee Tech and Piedmont Tech were chosen as top schools for starting a career in motorcycle repair.
According to the report, Chattahoochee Technical College offers a Motorcycle Service Technology program that gives training on both motorcycle repair and ATV repair. Provided at the Marietta campus, this program of study gives students all of the skills that are needed to accurately diagnose and repair both motorcycles and ATVs. Areas of classroom study include, motorcycle technology, engines and drive trains, chassis and suspension systems, and motorcycle maintenance. After receiving a diploma in Motorcycle Service Technology, graduates can become employed in a variety of motorcycle repair establishments.
Georgia Piedmont Technical College gives students the opportunity to earn their degree in Motorcycle Service Technology. Offered at their Clarkson campus, the daytime diploma program begins each summer semester. This one year program includes classes on the subjects of: basic skills, maintenance, chassis repair, electrical systems, and fuel systems. Unlike many other programs, Georgia Piedmont Technical College gives a hands-on opportunity for their students, through internship programs that allow students to work alongside the experts. With training provided through their Dynojet dynamameter center, graduates are fully prepared to work in motorcycle repair in many different areas.