Scott Overstreet is a professional in every sense of the word. He is a highly skilled Motor Officer, who constantly is looking for ways to improve himself. He consistently displays a professional positive attitude. He is a credit to Motor Officers everywhere. Do not take instruction from him lightly, as it is instructions from one of the premier Motor Officers in the United States.
Captain Jim Woods
Commander, Charleston County SC, Traffic Division
Scott Overstreet is one heck of a good rider. I have had the pleasure to ride with Scott at the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Event in Milwaukee, WI, and at the Emerald Coast Motorcycle Challenge in Ft. Walton Beach, FL. Scott is a fierce competitor with a drive for perfection. He can ride fast and clean, low and slow with everything in-between. If you are looking for a fresh, fun, and complete rider training experience, Scott is a great choice. I look forward to riding with Scott for years to come.
Ben Wolfe-Lock and Lean Precision Motorcycle Riding, LLC.
There is a lot to be said for individuals who not only have a passion for riding, but also care enough to teach those skills to anyone anytime which is a testament to their character. Scott is one of those individuals that is an incredible rider with a lifetime of experience who is willing to share his knowledge with others, whether you’re a motor officer, civilian, male or female, it matters not. Want to learn different riding techniques with positive feedback? He is your guy. His love for riding shows in his logo “Ride Smart, Ride Sharp” that really tells it like it is!
I really like the way Scott teaches, he breaks it down to where it sticks with you and becomes a foundation to build your riding skills on. Most of all he is genuine, he really cares that you learn, that you get it.
Learn to ride with confidence in a no stress environment. If you ride the roads often, then this training is for you. It will pay off and possibly save your life because instead of having to process a sticky situation you just react to it the way you were trained.
Just a short note to say thanks and what a pleasure to ride and compete with you in N Charleston Police Rodeo
You certainly add a new dynamic level of skill in your riding ability as well as being personable and helpful to discuss different techniques and take the time to either demonstrate or to constructively critique what another rider is or is not doing. A very big help to my own skill set that you helped improve under a watchful eye. I feel I have been “Razored” – “Excellence is not an accident, its a practiced habit”
Bob Sivori, Retired NYPD
I met Scott at the 2014 Emerald Coast Motorcycle Challenge where he was very gracious with his time and advice. The things he pointed out to improve my riding were spot on. In the weeks since, I have incorporated elements of his workout routine and his pull/push technique during transitioning. An old saying says, When the student is ready a teacher will come. I found the teacher I needed in Scott and my riding is much better for it. I am looking forward to working with him in the future.
One more story for you. My sergeant created a course called the Osceola Bull a couple of months back. I could never make it clean and my fastest time was over a minute (1 minute 3 seconds). I rode it clean the first time through the other day and came in at 58 seconds. The fastest time was 54. Not bad for a guy that dropped his bike twice at ECMC. I can’t thank you enough for what you have taught me.
I first met Scott at a motorcycle training seminar in Florida. I was immediately impressed by his riding abilities, but as the weekend went on, I became even more impressed with his willingness to help others and share his skills with others by offering helpful instruction and tips to his fellow motor officers. Since then, I’ve kept in touch with Scott and he’s traveled to South Carolina several times to train with us and I’m continually impressed with Scott’s willingness to help others become safer motorcyclists, all while continuously maintaining his high skill level as a motorcycle officer.
Ryan Heid, South Carolina Motor Officer