Since 1974, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) has been training and preparing millions of motorcyclists to be the safest and most knowledgeable riders they can possibly be. With over 400,000 people enrolled in their courses each year, MSF has become the pioneer and leading advocate for motorcycle training, development and understanding. Whether you are a beginner or veteran, graduating from one of MSF’s RiderCourses will leave you better prepared no matter what your experience.
There are two quick and simple ways to find a course near you and sign up:
First simply call (800) 446-9227 to find more information about locations, times, and classes near you.
Second, visit MSF’s website (www.msf-usa.org) and select the state on the map which you seek to take a course in. After selecting your state, a variety of site locations that are available will appear, along with the phone number and e-mail address for you to call and sign up!
There are numerous different class types offered, falling under three separate categories of “Learning to Ride”, “Improving the Ride” and “Specialized Programs.” Courses such as the Basic RiderCourse (BRC) are typically 15-hour curriculum’s that involve 5 hours in the classroom and 10 hours of on-cycle instruction.
In addition to making you a safer rider, the courses are known to be “seriously fun” and much worth your while.