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Rider Education

Training Programs

Basic RiderCourse is a beginning class for new riders. Cycle and classroom experiences introduce basic motorcycle operation to students and help to develop street riding strategies. Participants must be 16 to enroll and must have written parental consent if under 18. Proper protective attire is required. Motorcycles and helmets are provided for instruction. Successful completion leads to license skill test waiver and a possible insurance discount.

Experienced RiderCourse is for the experienced rider who wants to refresh and practice street riding maneuvers. The course hones riding skills, develops finesse, and emphasizes strategies to reduce risks. The ability to skillfully handle various riding situations is developed throughout the course and reinforced by specially designed on-cycle maneuvers.

Training Schedule & Locations

Motorcycle Safety Foundation

Since March 1973, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) has set internationally recognized standards of excellence in motorcycle rider education and training. Kentucky’s Motorcycle Safety Education program meets and exceeds the established national standards for motorcycle rider training courses.

Learn more about MSF.