Rick Breuer, owner & lead instructor:
Rick has been riding motorcycles for over 35 years. Dirt bikes, first then on to street machines. In 1987 Rick took a class called "Roadracing Rider's school" the class that one needs to complete in order to start roadracing motorcycles as a hobby, and race he has for the past 23 years. Two years into his racing career he was asked to help with the local version of "Roadracing Rider's School". Finding out that teaching sport and performace riding was second nature for him he founded his own school in 1989.... to this day Rick is the owner of the Learning Curves Roadracing school. Graduating over 4300 new racers and accumulating 16 regional championships from his new hobby, Learning Curves decided to expand into the begining rider education arena. Learning Curves Motorcycle Safety, Inc. was born
Jason D'Amico, manager & lead instructor:
Similar past as Rick, Jason has been riding mototcycles since he was a kid, 4 years old to be precise. with Riding in his blood Jason has a passion for the sport like no one else. He is arguably one of the best riders in Wisconsin. His love extends to all versions of racing and riding. He is always up for a Sunday ride as well as driving 16 hours to teach a one day roadracing class for the Learning Curves Racing school.
Dave Ruocco, instructor:
The newest addition to the LCMS instructor staff. Dave has been
riding for 15 years, and has been an MSF certified instructor for 11 of those.
Dave has a passion like no other for motorcycling and enjoys all types of riding; street, track, dirt. Since first becoming a motorcycle instructor Dave has taught over 900 students how to enhance their riding skill and enjoyment without comprimising safety!
Mike Schaefer, instructor:
Mike has been riding motorcycles since long before Jason was even born! A teacher by trade, Mike brings alot of skills in teaching the new rider the intricate science of riding. He is well versed in most disciplines of motorcycling!! If you run into Mike chances are he will be wearing a helmet and on his bike riding to his next destination.
Roy Biller, instructor:
Roy has been around the sport of motorcycling for 25 years or better, a great street rider as well as an ex-motocross racer, Roy brings much to the classroom. Roy has a quiet confidence, as well as a great repport with everyone in the class. Roy has taught everything from bike mechanics to electronics repair. Roy is a well respected medical equipment repair technician for GE medical systems. A real asset to the school!
We have very modest but effective instructors!
More to come!
Filling out and returning the LCMS Rider Agreement is the first step in getting scheduled in a class.