MIDWEST MOTORCYCLE MECHANIC SCHOOL ANNOUNCES FIRST GRADUATING CLASS
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – Midwest Motorcycle Mechanic School honors their first graduating class!
The School has honored their first graduating class of eight motorcycle technicians. The graduates successfully completed 360 hours of hands-on training and classroom sessions to become wrench-ready for this exciting new step into their technician careers. The class boasts an 87.5% technician placement rate into full-time roles in surrounding dealerships.
When asked why graduate Amber wanted to fulfill her dreams of being a motorcycle technician, she noted “After my dad surprised me with my first bike, I fell in love with riding. I couldn’t see myself doing anything else. When I picked up a wrench, it just felt right.”
“The chemistry of the students with the instructors in this course was truly inspirational,” said Doug Jackson, Woodstock Harley-Davidson/KTM/Triumph General Manager, and Midwest Motorcycle Mechanic School Leader. “The students have all improved greatly in proficiency and have vastly increased their knowledge of the motorcycle service industry. The difference in the student’s skills prior to this course versus today is nothing less than sensational.”
Midwest Motorcycle Mechanic School is now enrolling students for their next class in Woodstock, IL slated to start in Fall 2022. For more information on the Midwest Motorcycle Mechanic School enrollment, please visit www.mchenry.edu/motorcycletech.
Need financial support for your training? Please visit www.mchenry.edu/ncscholarships.
For more information on Windy City Motorcycle Company and the dealerships within the group, please visit www.windycitymc.com.
About Windy City Motorcycle Company:
Windy City Motorcycle Company commenced business in 2000 and today is among the largest motorcycle distributors in the U.S. representing five premium OEM brands and operating out of 15 locations in Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. It is listed among Crain’s Chicago Business’ largest privately held businesses in Chicago employing approximately 350 people, teaching about 2,000 students annually to ride motorcycles, and delivering over 6,000 motorcycles per year into the market.