• We will provide the bikes for the Rider 101 class
• We will provide the books and classroom materials
• We will provide motorcycles (Except for Rider 201 courses)
• Before you enroll in any motorcycle class, you MUST be able to ride a bicycle.
• Classes must start on time and missed instruction cannot be made up. It is recommended that you plan to arrive 15 minutes early. If class has already started when you arrive, you will be dropped and your tuition will not be refunded.
• Your tuition must be paid in full by 5:00pm, 2 days before your class begins. If not, your seat can be given to the next student waiting to take a class.
• You MUST read and sign waivers and email to MRU (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least 12 hours before your first class. (Ages 15 1/2- 17 must have a parent or guardian sign waivers). The link to these waivers were sent to you with your confirmation of registration AND they are on our home page.
• You must HAVE a valid driver’s license or learner’s permit and bring this document the first day of class. (Ages 15 1/2-17 must bring a parent or guardian and also THEIR valid ID to present the first day of class.)
• You must adhere to clothing restrictions ANY time you are on a bike (long-sleeved shirt or jacket, long pants (no holes, denim preferred), over the ankle sturdy footwear, eye protection, DOT approved helmet and full-fingered gloves.)
• You MUST PROVIDE YOUR OWN D.O.T. APPROVED HELMET. We do not provide helmets due to COVID-19 protocols.
The only time weather-related class cancellations will occur is if the driving surfaces are dangerous. You will be notified.
Get a feel for the experience at a slow, steady, safe pace. Gain the confidence to enjoy the ride, knowing you are doing so in the safest way possible. This 20-hour course covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles are provided for your use (helmets are NOT provided for your use, per COVID-19 protocol). Successful completion of this course (consisting of ten hours of formal classroom activities, and ten hours of riding instruction conducted over three sessions, plus a knowledge test and a skill test) WILL waive the license test in Kansas and Missouri. The course MAY also earn you an insurance discount.
It is REQUIRED that you complete LAB:Rider 101 before the first day of this course. This is an online test, to be done from the comfort of your home. It usually takes about 3 hours to complete. This course is FREE with your paid in full tuition for Rider 101. Once your tuition is paid, you will be sent a unique code to access the LAB for FREE. DO NOT take this course without the code. Without the code, you will be charged $19.99 and you will NOT be reimbursed.
Students must provide the following riding gear:
This online course is REQUIRED AS A PREREQUISITE TO RIDER 101. It is to be completed from the comfort of your home BEFORE your course begins. This course is FREE with your paid in full tuition for Rider 101. Once your tuition is paid, you will be sent a unique code to access the LAB for FREE. DO NOT take this course without the code. Without the code, you will be charged $19.99 and you will NOT be reimbursed.
This course can also be completed as a stand-alone program without enrolling in a hands-on course. Graphics and videos illustrate the lessons to help you understand principles of motorcycling and determine whether motorcycling is right for you. The tuition for this as a stand alone course is $20.
This can be done in the comfort of your own home and at your own pace. It usually takes about 3 hours. The Basic eCourse alone is NOT accepted as a license waiver by Kansas’ DMV, or as a motorcycle license or learner’s permit.
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Tuition: FREE with PAID IN FULL tuition for the Rider 101 Course. *$20 as a stand alone course
*You will receive a unique code to waive the $19.99 fee after your tuition is paid.
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Brush up on your safe riding skills. Break bad habits. For riders who already have at least 6 months riding experience. This course is just like the BRC except speeds are higher and you MUST BE on your own motorcycle. An excellent refresher course for practicing and renewing riding skills. Includes an informal classroom component for discussing safety concepts based on past riding experiences and current knowledge. There is an option “Skills Practice” offering. Completion does NOT earn you a license test waiver nor qualify for an insurance discount.
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For more information on taking Rider 201, please contact us at email@example.com.
Not sure riding is for you? Prefer to dip your toe in the water before jumping in? This is a two-hour, first-touch experience with a motorcycle, NOT designed to teach actual riding skills. Focused on reviewing a motorcycle’s primary parts and controls, it helps you determine whether motorcycling is a good personal choice. You are given the option to manipulate the controls while sitting on a motorcycle (fully geared). A self-assessment component ensures you are aware of the risks and requirements for being a good, safe, and responsible rider.
For more information on taking Motorcycle Orientation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org