Basic Rider Course

Basic Rider Course   (Class dates are listed at the bottom of this page, please scroll down)


The BRC is specifically designed for the new rider or re-entry rider.

This class includes the Permit Written Test and the Permit Skills Test. Successfully completing both tests during this class will get you your PERMIT. To obtain a full motorcycle endorsement you must then successfully pass both the Endorsement Written Test and the Endorsement Skills test either by taking an Intermediate Rider Course, or by attending one of our Endorsement Testing Sessions. WA State requires that riders must complete all 4 tests in order to get their endorsement.

This course is about 15 hours long and is currently held over two days, Friday and Saturday from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Future classes are expected to be added as a new range location is awaiting approval.

This class will provide the rider with knowledge, confidence and riding skills practiced in a safe, controlled environment. After successful completion of both the Permit Written Test and the Permit Skills Test- the students’ scores are electronically entered into the DOL system. Students then may go in person to the Driver Licensing office to obtain their motorcycle learner’s permit or electronically by visiting this link

You can obtain a full motorcycle endorsement either by taking an Intermediate Rider Course, or by successfully passing both the Endorsement Written Test and the Endorsement Skills test at one of our Endorsement Testing Sessions.


$295 for WA State Residents any age. Under 18- we must have parent/guardian consent prior to attending.

$375 Out of State Residents- Non-Washington Driving License

The DOL subsidizes classes for Washington State residents that have a WA state DL#. The funding comes from the DOL licensing fees and redirected back into training to work towards Washington states plan to reach Target Zero. Target Zero is a plan with the goal to reduce the number of traffic deaths and serious injuries on Washington's roadways to zero by the year 2030. It also serves as the state's Strategic Highway Safety Plan.

We recommend you study the DOL Motorcycle Operator Manual prior to class to prepare for the multiple-choice question written test.

Please be aware: Each exercise and classroom segment must be completed with the class you are registered for in order to qualify for testing and a class completion card. Your tuition is for a reserved seat in a specific class. If you are unable to attend or do not complete the entire class, you are not eligible for testing. You can sign up to take the class again, please keep in mind you will be required to attend all portions of the class to pass, including the portions you completed with a previous class.

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If our website indicates that the class is "full” you may still get in if a registered student does not show up/ more than 10 minutes late. Please come 10-20 minutes earlier than the class start time on the first day to fill out the required registration paperwork and pay the fee to join the class.

Required Training Items to Bring

DOT Approved Helmet

Eye Protection (sunglasses/eyeglasses)

Long Sleeved Shirt/Coat- we recommend a breathable fabric

Long Pants (jeans, hiking pants etc.)

Over The Ankle Protective Boots

Full Fingered Leather Gloves

Optional Items to Bring


Sunscreen, Lip protection with Sunscreen


Rain Gear/ Wind Breaker/ Layers of clothing depending on the weather

Sport Drinks



Please choose from the selection of class times below: