Students must take the Motorcycle Safety E-Course (3-hour online) and obtain and submit the completion certificate before registering for the Motorcycle Rider Course (BRC Updated). Starting March 1st you can call to get enrolled in the online E-course class.
This course is designed for inexperienced riders and riders who would like to improve their riding skills. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic Rider Course (Update) is a learn-to-ride education and training program that consists of a three-hour online internet course to address basic motorcycle knowledge, five hours of classroom instruction with a RiderCoach to address rider perception and risk management, and 11 hours of on-cycle, hands-on instruction. Motorcycles are provided for use during the course.
As a student you must be able to balance the motorcycle to participate in the riding portion of the course and pass the riding skills test in order to successfully complete the course. Successful completion results in being exempted from riding the licensing skills test conducted by the Department of Transportation. The course completion card earned may also provide an insurance discount.
The schedule is dependent upon course section selected (shown below). Classes take place at the Western Iowa Tech Beltway Center at 3415 Highway 75 North.
No classes are currently scheduled.