MOTORCYCLE TECHNICIAN
TRAINING PROGRAM Sport, Street, Racing, Off-Road, and Personal Watercraft Technician Training

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MOTORCYCLE PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Learn the foundations of motorcycle, ATV, side-by-side and personal watercraft. Troubleshoot and diagnose engines, test performance and drivability, and receive specialized training with leading brands in the industry.

4 decades MMI has trained motorcycle technicians
6 electives With leading manufacturers
1,500+ vehicles Total number of vehicles across both MMI campuses
48 weeks To finish our Motorcycle core training and required electives at MMI Orlando
42 weeks To finish our Motorcycle core training and required electives at MMI Phoenix

5 REASONS TO CHOOSE MMI


  1. Manufacturer-supported training programs provide the opportunity to be ready to work on major brands

  2. Relationships with BMW Motorrad, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki and Yamaha mean more opportunities

  3. Our industry relationships ensure you’ll receive hands-on training using state-of-the-industry technology and equipment in our labs

  4. Our Instructors are industry pros with extensive real world experience

  5. Focus on career-specific training to graduate quickly with skills that prepare you for a career

THE TWO STEP PROCESS

STEP 1: COMPLETE YOUR CORE TRAINING

At MMI, you’ll start your motorcycle training with a strong core program that combines classroom preparation and hands-on experience. The Motorcycle Technician Prerequisite covers the key components of motorcycle technology and serves as a foundation for your professional development.

STEP 2: CHOOSE ANY MANUFACTURER-SPECIFIC TRAINING PROGRAM

Choose the program that meets your training and future career goals:

Harley-Davidson Late Model
Honda: HonTech
Yamaha: YamaPro®
Suzuki: FAST
Kawasaki: K-Tech Specialist
BMW Motrrad

* OPTIONAL MANUFACTURER-SPECIFIC TRAINING PROGRAM

After completing the Harley-Davidson Late Model program, you can go on to take:

Harley-Davidson Early Model
Harley-Davidson Screamin' Eagle

MOTORCYCLE TECHNICIAN SPECIALIST PROGRAM

Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) makes it easy to structure your training program as you prepare for your career. You’ll get the hands-on experience in state-of-the-industry technology and equipment as you train to perform routine service, diagnose mechanical and electrical systems, and make necessary repairs and replacement.

Your first 18 weeks at MMI Phoenix and 36 weeks at MMI Orlando are spent learning the foundational knowledge of motorcycle technology with real hands-on experience from instructors who collectively offer decades of industry expertise. From there, students move on to specialized training created with one or more of six leading manufacturers.

Photo of a motorcycle tire
MMI students working on a Kawasaki engine
Exterior photo of motorcycles
Photo of a Motorcycle engine
Orange Harley Davidson motorcycle with instructors and students in the background
Close up of MMI student hands working on a motorcycle engine
MMI students working on a green Kawasaki motorcycle

WORK WITH INDUSTRY LEADING BRANDS

Ever dream of mastering Harley-Davidson engines or becoming an expert in servicing Honda motorcycles? This is where you can make it happen! Specialized training at Motorcycle Mechanics Institute lets student work on six of the industry’s leading brands in motorcycle, ATV, side-by-side and personal watercraft.

Click on the images below to learn more about our manufacturer-specific electives.

INTERESTED IN MOTORCYCLES?

Motorcycle Mechanics Institute prepares you for a career in the motorcycle industry. Be proactive about your future and learn more today.

FIND YOUR CAMPUS

The Motorcycle Technician Specialist training program is available at our two Motorcycle Mechanics Institute campuses: Phoenix, Arizona, and Orlando, Florida.

CLASSES START EVERY SIX WEEKS

Flexible scheduling and frequent start times mean it’s never too soon or too late to start your training. Classes begin every six weeks for new students at both MMI campuses in Phoenix, Arizona, and Orlando, Florida.

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