motorcycle-instruction

Scooter Basic Rider Course (SBRC)

These classes consist of ten full hours of actual range riding and six hours of classroom instruction from veteran riders trained and certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and approved by the WI Department of Transportation.  The riding skills test is given at the end of the range portion of the class.

Scooters are provided for the students which meet the specifications to require a class M license for on road operation.

Scooters are integrated into the Motorcycle BRC classes. Contact the Motorcycle Office to reserve a scooter for your class.

eCourse (Complete & bring to class)

To Register Create an Account. Returning students can also register by phone (608-246-5257).

Be aware, when selecting classes, that riding for 5 hours straight can be physically draining to new riders.


Ready for Class? Here's what you want to know:

Reserve Scooter for class

eCourse - This is your pre-class work

SBRC Syllabus PDF (27KB)

Riding Gear  - You can't ride without it!

Motorcycle Safety Foundation Scooter Basic Rider Course Handbook

Waiver for Students under 18 years  Minors must present a signed copy to the instructor at the first class meeting.

WI Motorcyclists' Handbook

Motorcycle Safety office: (608) 246-5257 or Motorcycle@madisoncollege.edu

For more information about Wisconsin license requirements, please visit the Department of Motor Vehicles.