Motorcycle

RIDER TRAINING COURSES

Serving Minnesota motorcyclists with affordable, high quality, professional training for more than 35 years

Professional & Workforce training provides fast, efficient, in-depth, and highly-interactive safety training through classroom instruction and hands-on experience. All instructors are Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF)-certified. Full riding gear is required to participate in all on-cycle training courses. That includes a DOT-approved helmet, eye protection, full-fingered gloves, jacket, long pants and over-the-ankle footwear.

Get your motorcycle license. Learn expert riding techniques. Ride better. Ride smarter. Ride longer.

CURRENT COURSES:

Learn how to ride, and earn your motorcycle license endorsement in this 14.5-hour course featuring 10 hours of on cycle training and 4.5 hours of classroom training. Supportive and friendly instructors will teach you how to operate a motorcycle and the basic skills you need to safely ride on the street. Training motorcycles are provided for riders of all sizes. If you’re an automatic scooter rider you can bring your own scooter with proof of insurance if it’s 500cc or less, 400 pounds or less, in good working order and registered as a motorcycle. Students are required to complete the MSF eCourse online within 30 days prior to the class start date. Students can take the eCourse for free and will receive instructions from the training site where they are registered.

>> View the Motorcycle Training: Basic Rider course

If you are comfortable on your own motorcycle or scooter, the 5-hour Intermediate Rider Course will build upon your existing skills and knowledge. Newer motorcyclists, returning riders and experienced motorcyclists can all benefit from this course. The Intermediate Rider Course covers control, finesse, counter steering, cornering, swerving and braking. Make the Intermediate Rider Course an annual tune up for your riding skills. Groups or clubs may purchase an entire Intermediate Rider Course for only $300. Passengers may participate for free.

>> View the Motorcycle Training: Intermediate Rider course

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