The "STARS" three wheel/side car course taught in Idaho is based on the Washington state course and sadly very lacking in information relating to the spyder. Our instructor was very good but had only riden a spyder once the day before she taught our course.
The up side of my taking the course was I was supposed to get a "T" endorsement limiting me to trikes only but the DMV gave me the full "M" endorsement.
since I took my road course on my Spyder I am restricted to 3 wheelers
which is just fine for me, I have no ambitions to ride a " fall 'em over "
wife is a different story though, she wants to get her cycle license too , but part of our 3 part testing deal here you need to be able to push the bike about 200-250 feet ( to prove you can move it if you need to move out of traffic ) and so far she can't move it at all ( she's a wimp ) also there is an emergency stop deal that I think she will have trouble with on the Spyder, so I think her only option will be a driving school which uses small 250cc bikes, then she would have no restrictions on her license
problem is they are around $500-$750 and we can't afford that ..
I am hoping to teach her how to ride it for emergency purposes, so if anything happens to me she can head someplace for help
It's worth a shot...
As popular as the Wings are for chasing horizons; I can't believe that they'd ignore you guys who happen to be North of the border... There's got to be some sort of organization up there...
Any of your "Wing-Dingers" should be aware of them...