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Motorcyclist Training Course Information

The new curriculum is 5 hours longer and with that we have a new class format. The new format is Thursday evening classroom, Sat OR Sun half day riding, Thursday evening classroom, Sat OR Sun half day riding. This is a 4 day format.  The classroom is 7.5 hours and the range time is 13.5 hours.

Must do the SAME day and time group for the weekend. Please plan accordingly, you are making a reservation for all 4 days. They can not be broken up.

***** BRAND NEW!!!*****    Refresher Training Course 

In recognition of Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and in coordination with California’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP), California Rider Education (Ca.R.E) will be providing a 4 hour Refresher Training Course. The course dates will be Saturday May 14, 2016 8:00am-12:00pm and Sunday May 15, 2016  8:00am-12:00pm or  choose 1:00-5:00pm. Fee for the class is $100. **Classes can change if there is not enough participation.**

Participants will ride their own motorcycle, proof of current registration, insurance and a valid M1 license is required. Riders will practice throttle control, turning at different speeds, braking, quick stopping and swerving.

Come join us for hours of riding fun and get ready for a fun, safe summer riding season!!!!


  *****For TRAVIS AFB, please contact the office to make an appointment. We are NOT currently using the online registration system for the Travis location only. *****

To Register for our Motorcycle Training Courses, please pick your class location:

Travis Air Force Base

Alameda, CA (at the USS Hornet)


Basic rider course The objectives are to teach the skills necessary for safe motorcycle operation. Training is designed primarily for beginning and inexperienced riders.

It covers everything from beginning to advanced riding skills. All graduates receive a DMV certificate that waives the skill test, and a completion card that may entitle them to discounts on motorcycle insurance.

Although the majority graduate, we cannot guarantee success. Motorcycling is mentally and physically demanding. Any student who cannot safely control or operate the motorcycle within the guidelines of the course will be removed from the class.

The Motorcycle Training Course (MTC) is approximately 20 hours. There are 2 in-class sessions and 2 range sessions. We provide the motorcycles and helmets. The majority of the bikes we use are between 125cc up to 250cc street bikes.

Where the classes meet

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