Do I have to take a test at Division of Driver Licenses Office?
Successful completion of a course earns a graduate a 90-day License Waiver from the Department of Driver Services' motorcycle licensing written test and on-cycle test. It does not waive the vision test or any fees.
Do I still need to go to DDS for the endorsement?
Students who successfully complete the Basic Rider Course will have ninety days maximum, from date of course completion, to apply for their license.
What type of eye protection do I need?
Examples of eye wear are sunglasses, prescription glasses, goggles and shields. If you choose to use a shield as eye wear then the shield must be covering the eyes when you are on the motorcycle.
What type of footwear do I need?
Sturdy boots that fit over the ankle are required. It is recommended that the boot soles be made of a non slip rubber or neoprene and the footwear should not have high heels, dangling laces or strings. (high-top tennis shoes or athletic styled shoes are not allowed)
Can I bring my own bike for the basic course?
If a student wishes to use a personal motorcycle for this course, the student must provide proof of ownership and insurance and pass a motorcycle safety inspection prior to on-cycle training.
Do I need a permit to take the class?
To receive a class M license for motorcycles and motor-driven cycles an applicant must be at least 17 years of age but is not required to possess a Class C license before applying for a class M license.
Can I get a motorcycle only license?
Yes. An applicant must be at least 17 years of age in order to get a class M license, but is not required to possess a Class C license before applying for this license.
What happens if it rains?
Typically we ride. It is recommended that you bring rain gear if the forecast calls for rain. Generally when it rains it is for a short period of time and we enjoy the coolness.
What time does the class finish?
Please look at our course offerings to see typical schedule times.
When can I take the Experienced RiderCourse class if I am a new rider?
All potential students of the experienced rider course must possess a Class M License/Endorsement for at least two (2) years prior to enrollment or have successfully completed a beginners course. An applicant must also provide a street legal motorcycle in good working order, which must pass inspection prior to on-cycle training, and provide proof of ownership and insurance coverage on the motorcycle used in the training course.
What kind of motorcycles are used for the class?
We offer a variety of motorcycles to train with. Our fleet consist of Honda Nighthawk 250cc, Honda Rebel 250cc, Suzuki GZ250cc, Kawasaki Eliminator 125cc, Suzuki DR200cc, Yamaha Virago 250cc, Buell Blast 500cc.
Are there any incentives for taking the course?
Several manufacturers offer incentives for completing certified RiderCourses. Click here to see the details