Harley Mechanics Training
Lincoln Technical Institute

Turn your passion for motorcycles into a high-speed career! At Lincoln, you will learn the skills to repair and service the bikes you love to ride! Your search for motorcycle mechanic training schools in Connecticut ends with Lincoln Technical Institute. Gain technical insight into these impressive two-wheeled machines through technical Motorcycle Technology training in Connecticut. From disassembling/reassembling engines, to working on the hottest motorcycles, you’ll do it all inside our on-campus motorcycle garages.

rain for a career working on the two-wheeled machines you love riding. Lincoln’s Motorcycle Technology training puts you on the road to a career that’s not only cool, but also complex. This technical, hands-on program breaks down the intricate workings of motorcycles and their parts, which requires critical problem-solving skills as a motorcycle mechanic.

Inside our motorcycle mechanic training school auto shops, you’ll gain industry-specific skills on motorcycles made by some of the biggest in the industry such as BMW, Honda, Harley Davidson, Suzuki and Yamaha!

  • You’ll receive Motorcycle Mechanic training to trouble-shoot ignition systems and how to make repairs.
  • Work on frames and suspensions while gaining and understanding of all these parts and how they come together on motorcycles.
  • Perform brake, frame, tire and rim service on various makes and models of motorcycles.
  • Gain the ability to identify, diagnose and repair various drive systems, clutches and gear systems.

With the hands-on training taught by industry-experienced mechanics and instructors, you’ll be able to repair and service motorcycles in auto body shops, car/motorcycle dealerships and custom shops. No matter where you live, a career in Motorcycle Technology takes you far!

You don’t just have to admire motorcycles and their awesome power from afar. Capture the thrill of motorcycles upfront with a career in Motorcycle Technology! Call us today to set up a campus tour, or to speak to our Admission’s office.

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Lincoln Technical Institute campuses are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) or by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), depending upon campus location. Programs vary by campus.