Motorcycle Riding

Motorcycle Rider Safety Training

    Basic Rider Course designed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and provides 22 hours of class work and practical riding skills for new riders, or for experienced riders who want to improve their riding skills.

    November 16, 18 & 19

    Thursday, 6pm-10pm,
    Saturday & Sunday, 7:30am – 5:30pm
    November 30, December 2 & 3Thursday, 6pm-10pm,
    Saturday & Sunday, 7:30am – 5:30pm

  • Motorcycles provided
  • Small class size
  • High quality, experience instructors
  • Driver’s License required
  • Motorcycle permit or endorsement is not required
  • Must have the ability to ride a two-wheel bicycle

Successful graduates of this course will receive a waiver card for the on-bike skills portion (road test) of the NC DMV motorcycle license test. This course meets the guidelines of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and the N.C. Motorcycle Safety Education Program.
Students need to bring a pen and dress appropriately for riding, including:

  • long pants
  • long sleeves
  • full-fingered gloves
  • protective eyewear (sunglasses are ok)
  • over the ankle footwear
  • helmet*

*There are some helmets available for students who need to borrow one.

Search keyword: Motorcycle

Cost: $211.40 (Pricing will be $191.40 beginning with the August 17th class)

*If for any reason a student cannot successfully complete this class, they will need to re-register at their own expense.

Location: All motorcycle courses take place on our Monroe campus – 4209 Old Charlotte Hwy, Monroe, NC

Under 18? State law requires that anyone under 18 who applies to obtain a motorcycle learner’s permit or a driver license with a motorcycle endorsement must pass a course taught by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation or the N.C. Motorcycle Safety Education Program. Students must be at least 16 to take the Motorcycle: Basic Rider course and a driver’s license or permit is not required. This is a safety course that provides a DMV waiver card; the course does not provide, or guarantee, a license; adding a motorcycle license endorsement to a North Carolina Driver’s License is regulated by the DMV; check  the DMV website or handbook for current guidelines.

The law in North Carolina requires the operator of any motorcycle to have a motorcycle endorsement shown on their driver license or possess a motorcycle learner permit. A motorcycle learner’s permit will be issued for only 12 months, and only one renewal of six months will be allowed.

To learn more, contact:
Kathy Coggins, 704-993-2402 or Ron Rutherford,704-242-4483

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