Practice Motorcycle Safety
Riding a motorcycle requires special skills and concentration. Carroll offers two motorcycle safety courses approved by the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA). The courses teach the special skills and mental strategies necessary for responsible motorcycle operation. Courses are taught at the college’s main campus.
Motorcycle classes fill on a first come, first serve basis.
Classes have ended for the 2014 season and will begin again in April 2015. Look for the class schedule in January 2015.
Basic Rider Safety Course (BRC)
Course #: TRA-044
This course is for the true novice rider who has little or no riding experience. It includes classroom and riding instruction on the basic riding skills and strategies necessary to begin practicing street riding. No previous motorcycle riding experience necessary. Students receive a Completion Certificate for their Class M designation upon successful completion. Program training motorcycles are provided.
Basic Rider Safety II Course (BRCII)
Course #: TRA-046
This one-day course is for riders who have some experience, but do not have a Class M license. Students receive a Completion Certificate for their Class M designation upon successful completion. Program training motorcycles are provided.