Motorcycle Training

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

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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.

Read more about the MSF program and locations.