Basic Rider Course (BRC)

The BRC is specifically designed for the novice or re-entry rider. This course is held over a weekend or two full days during the week. Our weekend BRC is held Friday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday approximately 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Our weekday classes vary as to time and days. In order to obtain a Course Completion Card to waive the DOL testing you must pass a written and riding evaluation.

MOTORCYCLES ARE PROVIDED FOR THIS CLASS!!!!

We offer two options for the BRC: the Subsidized and Non-Subsidized Courses. The course content is the same for both courses.

The Subsidized Course costs $125 for any Washington State resident over 18 years of age and $50 for any resident under 18 years of age. This course is partially funded by the Department of Licensing and allows us to provide courses 1 or 2 times per month within our business season (typically late March through early November).

Our Non-Subsidized Courses are held once or twice a month and cost $200 per student. These courses are not funded through the Department of Licensing. Since Subsidized Courses fill quickly and we often have a waiting list, Non-Subsidized Courses are an excellent option for those who prefer not to wait.

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Intermediate Rider Training (IRT)

The IRT is NOT a Learn to Ride Course, this is a class designed for a rider who has ridden for at least a year and has a good degree of knowledge and experience. This class is a Eight-hour class held typically on a Saturday from 09:00 a.m. to 6:00 pm

MOTORCYCLES ARE PROVIDED FOR THIS CLASS!

* We Highly Recommend* that you read or study the Dept of License Motorcycle Manual Before Taking the class. You can obtain a copy of the manual by visiting http://www.dol.wa.gov/driverslicense/motoguides.html. Or stop by the DOL and pick up a copy.

The IRT enables you to earn the endorsement waiver by attending the class and to obtain a Course Completion Card you must pass a written and riding skills evaluation. Motorcycles Will be provided for this class. For the IRT you must have a Valid Drivers Permit or a Valid Drivers license to take the class. 

The IRT is designed for the reentry rider or for the transition from dirt to street rider as well as the riders who have may have moved into state or have let their endorsement laps. Riders must be able to ride a motorcycle, Riders who are not able to ride will be dismissed from class with no refund and must register for Basic riders course if they wish to take a safety class to obtain their endorsement.

Additional Riding Course (ARC)

The Additional Riding Courses are designed for the student who would like extra riding on a secured site with a professional motorcycle instructor. The following are a list of Courses that are offered.

Introduction To Motorcycling "KickStart" Class

This is a two hour course for the "NEWBIE" a person who has never ridden a motorcycle and isn't sure if it is right for them and would like find out if motorcycling is for them. This course will take you thru motorcycle familiarization, basic riding fundamentals and basic straight line riding. Completion of this course DOES NOT qualify for DOL Waiver.

One to One Instruction 

If your not comfortable with groups One to One Instruction may be right for you. We offer this class to the students who want a jump start to the Basic Riders Class with out the pressure of a large group while learning the basics. Our instructor will provide one to one instruction for the basic rider including basic motorcycle fundamentals, clutch,throttle and brake fundamentals as well as straight line riding. Completion of this course DOES NOT qualify for DOL Waiver.

Experience Riders / Passenger Course

This Course is designed for the couple who want to share the road experience on the same bike! Our instructors will work together with you and your passenger to develop the skills to make each ride a smooth and comfortable fun experience. Our instructors will work with you to enhance your skills in cornering, slow speed maneuvers and communication. This is a great way to refresh the skills and techniques after a long winter. The course is approximately 4 hours long working on riding skills at the motorcycle riding range. You will be using your own bike and must show proof of insurance and a valid drivers license to participate in this class. This Course DOES NOT qualify for DOL Waiver.

Required Training Items to Bring

  • DOT Approved Helmet
  • Eye Protection (sunglasses/eyeglasses)
  • Long Sleeved Shirt/Coat
  • Long Pants (jeans, etc.)
  • Boots That Cover the Ankle
  • Full Fingered Leather Gloves

Optional Items to Bring

  • Cooler
  • Sunscreen, Lip protection with Sunscreen
  • Bandanna
  • Rain Gear
  • Sport Drinks