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WHICH CLASS SHOULD I TAKE?
The Safety Center offers a variety of courses. Be sure to see the FAQ section to see what is provided and what you will need to take a course.
1:1 Private Lessons
The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles and helmets are provided for your use. Successful completion of this course (consisting of five hours of formal classroom activities, and ten hours of riding instruction conducted over two or three sessions). Successful completion waves any further testing for "M" endorsement in Kansas or Missouri. The course may also earn you an insurance discount.
For riders who already have basic skills. Similar to the BRC except speeds are higher and you should be on your own motorcycle. An excellent refresher course for practicing and renewing riding skills. Includes an informal classroom component for discussing safety concepts based on past riding experiences and current knowledge. This is a one day course completed in 6 hours. Class can be taken with or without a passenger.
Are you on the fence about learning to ride a motorcycle? Want to sit on one and gather more information before you spend the full class price? Spend 1-2 hours with a Certified Instructor discussing your needs, wants and any questions you may have. Get introduced to the basic motorcycle controls and functions and understand the risks involved. Class size will be a maximum of 6 students and be completed in the classroom. All materials will be provided for you. Motorcycles are not for everyone and this is a great way to find out without investing a lot of your hard-earned money.
You will receive one on one training with a certified rider coach. The first session will be an evaluation of where you need help and the coach will highlight areas that need attention. You will not be charged for the initial evaluation. You can continue private lessons as long as you like. You can become endorsed by completing our BRC successfully or by testing at the DMV. Call for more information.
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