Marshall Munce

Owner of Southwest Motorcycle Training

Riding for over 40 years and conducting M/C Safety Courses for over 18 years.

Current bikes he rides frequently include a 2003 Honda ST1300, several Kawasaki Ninja 250s, a Hyosung MS3 250cc scooter, and about 40 range bikes.

He really wants people to enjoy motorcycling to the fullest extent and wants to improve the public image of our sport. He hopes that by constantly learning new techniques and conducting safety courses, he will be able to pass on good information to our students and achieve both goals.




Vince Stripling


Current bike: BMW R1200GS

- 25(+) years riding exp.

- MSF Rider Coach since 2005

Originally from the Texas Gulf Coast

Former sport-bike enthusiast then moved to sport touring and now dual sport riding.

Graduated from BMW performance riding school

Bike travels:

Pikes Peak,Rocky mountains,Yosemite National Park,Yellowstone National Park, Hwy. 101 / Pacific Coast Hwy. (top to bottom)

Tail of the Dragon,Continental Divide,Redwood Forest,Smokey Mountain National Park,Big Bend National Park

San Juan Islands/ Puget Sound area.


It's all about the student. If I can gain the students trust and they have a willingness to learn we can accomplish anything.

My job is to create a safe, positive and fun learning environment and to give the students the tools they need to learn to ride and the ability to improve their riding after they leave the school.

Don't look at it, ride it! Ride Ride Ride...




Scott Geary (Scotty)

Riding Experience – 30+ years

Training Experience – Since March 2008

Current Bikes – 2008 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic; 2005 Kawasaki Ninja 500R; 1990 Honda Gold Wing Trike

Scotty has been riding since he was 8 years old when he first got his hands on his cousin’s Honda 50cc mini-bike.  As he got bigger so did the bikes.  His first experience with a manual transmission was at 11-12 yrs old on his grandfather’s completely restored 1963 Honda Dream.  Since then, he’s been hooked.  At age 23 he took his first rider course and realized “boy, did I have a lot to learn”.  As a recent retiree from the US Air Force, he now has “the best job in the world” training people to ride.

To reach Scotty, please contact SouthWest Motorcycle Training.






My name is Ron Paddie and I have been riding for 17 years and have been instructing for almost eight years and have taught the old riding system (RSS) and the new one as an MSF certified Rider Coach. I am currently Riding a 2008 C50T Suzuki Boulevard and a 2008 Honda Shadow Aero. I enjoy rides in the Hill Country and City riding keeps me on my toes. I am totally dedicated to Motorcycle Safety training and my students as I know the course saves lives and the prevention of mishaps for many of our students. If you are new to riding or even an "old dog" who has not done any riding in a while I strongly recommend the course. It gives you a solid foundation for your riding career and helps in breaking many bad habits of those who have been riding. Riding education never ends, it is just the beginning. I learn something new almost every time I ride. To all my past and future students "I hope to see you on the road". Ride safely and always wear a helmet!!



Ian Munce




Riding for over 15 years and conducting M/C Safety Courses since 2004.

Ian likes sport bikes of all kinds. He owns a Kawasaki ZX-750R and a Honda CBR 900RR. He likes helping new riders learn how to ride safely and helping experienced riders become better.



My name is Bill Waymire aka The Wizard. I was born in Indiana in 1948 and after a year of college I enlisted in the US Air Force. I started riding in 1964 and in 1982 I was forced to take my first Motorcycle Safety course by The US Air Force. I was so impressed by the course and just how lucky I had been for the previous 18 years that in 1985 I became a Motorcycle Safety Instructor. In 2001 I began teaching at Southwest Motorcycle Training and am still an active Instructor.


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