Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety
Training Courses

Classes open for registration March 6!

Basic RiderCourse (BRC)
For novice or beginning riders, Basic RiderCoursesm students will spend approximately 5 hours in the classroom learning skills needed to ride safely and about 10 hours on the riding range applying those new skills to practical motorcycle riding. For license endorsement, the motorcycle riding skill test is waived for students that successfully complete the Basic RiderCoursesm.

Basic RiderCourse 2 (BRC2) formerly called the Experienced RiderCoursesm (ERC)
This rider safety class is designed for experienced riders with recent street riding experience in a variety of traffic situations - one year or 3,000 street miles is highly recommended. Even if you have been riding for years, there is always something new to learn to help you ride more safely and enjoy motorcycling more. For license endorsement, the motorcycle riding skill test is waived for students that successfully complete the Basic RiderCoursesm 2.

Advanced RiderCourse (ARC)
If you are a seasoned rider with several years and lots of miles under your belt, step up to the new Advanced RiderCoursesm! This new course emphasizes self-assessment, risk management, rider behavior, riding strategies and overall skill development. Although this course is based on sport bike riding techniques, it can improve the safety awareness of any rider who chooses motorcycling as a serious form of transportation.

Contact Us
Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety
P.O. Box 7751
Havre, MT 59501

On the MSUN Campus:
Cowan Hall, Room 110

Phone: 1.800.922.BIKE
Fax: 1.406.265.3570

motorcycle@msun.edu