The Basic Rider Course is the most popular course offered; it is designed primarily for beginning and inexperienced riders. All riders who successfully complete the Motorcycle Riding School obtain a motorcycle license or endorsement.
Motorcycle Safety Program
Approved by the California Highway Patrol, this course is designed for all levels of experience. Motorcycles and helmets are provided. Students must pre-register. Click on the motorcycle application link listed below.
Dates: Every weekend through the year: January 2012 to December 2012
(Classes may cancel due to low enrollment or weather conditions)
Times: Friday evenings classroom : 6:00pm -8:30pm
Saturday and Sunday hands on training: times may vary
Fee: Age 21 and over: $230.00
Fee: Ages 20 to 15 1/2: $150.0
New Laws as of Jan 2011
Any individual, 15.5 years of age older, who wishes to participate in a CMSP Basic Rider Course (MSF BRC) or a CHP-approved Premier Program must possess a valid driver's license, a California DMV-issued auto instruction permit, or a California DMV-issued identification card. Any person younger than 18 years must also have the written permission of his/her parent(s) or legal guardian. CMSP accepts out-of-state student credentials that are acceptable to the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Students holding non-U.S. driver's licenses are not eligible for a DMV DL-389, but may be issued an MSF Completion Card. Yuba College Community Education offers Motorcycle Safety classes every weekend and provides the bikes and helmets.