Required Items

Be Prepared for your Class

About the Motorcycle Riding School Course and Obtaining your License


  1. Bring your current motorcycle permit.
  2. Bring your lunch - we eat on the premises.
  3. Bring your confirmation letter.

Range (Riding):

You must have proper Riding Gear.

  1. Jeans are fine. NOT to be baggy or cuffed.
  2. Long sleeved shirt or jacket.
  3. Riding gloves - should be leather, must cover your fingers.
  4. Sturdy leather boots, to protect your ankles, with a heel no more than 2"
    Absolutely no sneakers, thin dress boots, or thick toed boots!
  5. Rain gear - we will NOT cancel class if it rains - come prepared!
  6. Eye protection - sunglasses are prescription eyeglasses are fine.
  7. On Range days, you may want to bring a bandana and water or sports drink.

We provide a helmet or you may use your own (D.O.T. approved and at the instructor's discretion.) Students cannot use their own motorcycle.


Learning to ride is a fun and memorable experience.

Welcome to the Ride

This 5-minute video introduces the many diverse aspects of street motorcycling. Welcome to the club... welcome to the passion... welcome to the ride!

Motorcycle Riding School in Action

Check out our video of actual MRS students, like you, taking our course - Shows MRS classroom and range coaches teaching the skills of safer riding.

Group Riding

This 10-minute edit of the video in the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Guide to Group Riding Kit explains riding formations, pre-ride meetings, hand signals and more.

Common Road

This 3-minute edit of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Cars, Motorcycles and A Common Road video helps car drivers share the road safely with motorcyclists.