Mission: To Provide a Positive Learning Experience in a Safe Environment for Everyone Involved.
Established in 1999, Motorcycle Safety School (MSS) has become the largest training school in New York State due to its focus on providing the best possible educational experience for its students. MSS offers a wide range of courses and individual private lessons for beginner, intermediate and experienced riders at eight different locations in New York State. The company was founded by Diane Howells, who was introduced to motorcycling by her father. After taking an MSF course in her home state of Vermont, Ms. Howells was hooked on motorcycling as she loved to ride and because of the camaraderie she felt with her fellow riders. In fact, she took her MSF course with Ben and Jerry (of ice cream fame) and they ultimately helped her produce a documentary on women motorcyclists entitled, “Motorcycle Diaries.” The school has been featured in publications such as the New York Times, New York Post, New York Daily News, Time Out New York and the Westchester Journal News as well as on local ABC news telecasts and the WB11.