Motorcycle Training
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Motorcycle Training

Workforce Training & Continuing Education is pleased to partner with the Minnesota Motorcycle Safety Center to bring the following courses to the public:

  • Motorcycle Basic Rider Course
  • Moped Rider
  • Motorcycle Experienced Rider
  • Scooter Basic Rider
  • Introduction to a Motorcycle

Motorcycle Basic Rider Course
This 14.5-hour three-day course is designed with the beginner in mind but it is a challenge even to experienced riders. The course includes one 4.5-hour classroom session and two 5-hour range exercise sessions of on-cycle instruction with high-quality, personalized coaches. Riders 18 and older can earn their motorcycle license by successfully completing the course if you have a valid motorcycle permit. 100% attendance is required for all three sessions in order to pass the course. Motorcycles are furnished for all participants. 3 sessions

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Moped Rider Course
This one 5-hour classroom session is required for those at least 15 years of age and wish to ride a moped on the street. Anyone with a drivers license may legally ride a moped although we suggest you take the course to brush up on essential two-wheel skills required to safely operate one of these machines. Those without a driver’s license who wish to ride a moped are required to complete the course. 1 session.

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Motorcycle Experienced Rider Course
This one 5-hour practice range course will build on existing skills and knowledge. The course covers mental strategy, traction, risk management, braking, cornering and swerving techniques. The MMSC recommends that you have at least one year or 1,000 miles of riding experience before taking this course. Participants must furnish their own motorcycles, have an endorsed motorcycle license and proof of insurance. 1 session

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