MOTORCYCLE SAFETY TRAINING
Motorcycle Courses - Classes start in April 2017
"All the instructors did a great job of communicating and encouraging everyone."
Course Participant, Spring 2014
Hennepin Technical College has partnered with the Minnesota Motorcycle Safety Center (MMSC) Driver and Vehicle Service (a division of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety) along with community and corporate sponsors to provide one of the most comprehensive safety programs in the world. The MMSC and HTC are committed to reducing motorcycle crashes, injuries, and fatalities.
Research shows that rider education is the most critical aspect of any motorcycle safety project. We offer riders of all experience levels a Basic Riding Course, Moped Training, Intermediate Riding Course, Advanced Riding Course, and Expert Riding Course.
NOTE: If you are 18 years or older and possess a valid motorcycle permit (from a Minnesota license exam station) you may be able to earn your motorcycle endorsement upon successful completion of the basic rider course. Parent/guardian signature is required for participants under 18 years of age.
Basic Rider Motorcycle Safety: Please be aware that to take this course, you must be able to ride and balance a bicycle. Balancing is not taught in this course. You must be able to safely control the motorcycle during every exercise. The instructor may dismiss you from the course, if at any time, they feel you are a danger to your own safety or the safety of the other students.
Group Contracts for all courses: Offered upon request . Please check our website for a list of classes and find dates suitable for your schedule, or call us at 763-488-2721 or 952-995-1330 for more details.
Spring & Summer: More Advanced Rider and Expert Rider Courses will be posted for Spring & Summer Semesters as our season progresses. Watch the website for these and other classes to be added to our schedule.
Inclement Weather: Courses will run regardless of the weather conditions; therefore, be prepared for rain, snow, wind, cold and heat. Bring rain gear and dress in layers for warmth. It is also important to bring snacks since vending machines/food is not available at the site.
Last updated by drogalla : 2017-03-01 13:00:08