After just moving here to San Antonio, TX from Nashua, NH . . . getting my newly purchased Harley FXDC on the 'list' to moved by HaulBikes . . . I stopped by my new 'home' dealership Caliente Harley Davidson just this past Thursday. I was greeted by Peter at the rentals desk who was speaking with Jim - one of the motorcycle class trainers there at the dealership. I introduced myself, and we spoke a little about what I was doing and that we had traded some voicemails and etc. Just getting to know them . . . since my bike will be delivered to that dealership . . . Peter and Jim knew I hadn't had a license for a while, and even though it was at the very last minute invited me to attend the class starting that evening. I wasn't prepared, but they helped me out to make sure that I Had everything I needed. Apparently they had a couple of last minute cancelations . . .They set me up and away I went . . . Jim is an excellent instructor, and as an experienced experienced instructor and ex-USAF officer really made the time go by well . . .I learned quite a bit. I was able to re-learn riding a motorcycle fairly quickly after not riding for more than 20 years. The Saturday consisted of some roadwork (in the back of the dealership) and some theory . . .and Sunday was all road work and the test . . . It turned out to be well worth it. They have an advanced rider course that I will certainly be taking when I get 1000 miles or so of riding under my belt. Oh yes . . . and who can forget Randy! He is the other part of the show . . . He shows up for the road work training and is an excellent instructor in his own right. The 'Jim and Randy' show do a great job in instructing . . . For 159.00 it is was well worth the time invested . . . The dealership seems to be a good place as well . . . when I left there this afternoon they had a live band playing! Yesterday they had their HOG chapter meeting, which seemed to have a sizable number of folks participating. So far so good . . .Caliente H-D seems to have a good thing going . . . It will take another 3 to 5 weeks to deliver my bike . . . it hasn't been assigned a truck yet . . . .I've got my completion certificate - and no bike to ride! Thanks - Mark!