Introductory Motorcycle Experience

This 3-hour introductory course is designed for the true novice rider who would like extra one-on-one attention before they attend the Beginner RiderCourse. Click for more info

Basic RiderCourse license

Students learn safety skills for a lifetime of riding on MMSP’s driving range.

This 2 or 2 ½ day class provides the graduate with an MMSP Completion Card that may be taken to the Missouri Driver’s License Office to waive all testing to get your motorcycle endorsement. Click for more info

Returning Rider RiderCourse

The RR-BRC is a new 8 hour course designed for riders over 18 years of age who may have been riding with a permit or experienced riders with or without a motorcycle endorsement who are returning to riding after an extended absence. Click for more info

Basic RiderCourse 2

This one-day course provides riders with a chance to improve their skills and get the most out of their personal motorcycle. Skills practice includes low-speed maneuvers, emergency braking, swerving and overall control skills practice. Click for more info

Advanced RiderCourse

Currently available in Kansas City and St Louis, the ARC is for experienced motorcyclists who want to enhance their skills and get the most out of their machine. Riders will safely push the limits of performance and take their skills to the next level. Click for more info

Bike Bonding RiderCourse

The Bike Bonding Rider Courses are divided into the Basic Bike Bonding Rider Course (BBBRC) and the Ultimate Bike Bonding Rider Course (UBBRC). Bike Bonding refers to the connection and interaction of the rider and motorcycle. Good bike bonding helps riders automate their physical skills so they can devote more attention to road and traffic conditions (searching and evaluating).

3 Wheel Basic RiderCourse

Three Wheeled Basic RiderCourse (3WBRC) is designed for riders that currently own and operate a 3-wheeled trike and wish to hone their physical skills and fine-tune the mental drills needed for survival in today’s traffic situations. Click for more info