Motorcycle Training Program

Let’s Ride! The motorcycle rider program at the Loudoun and Alexandria Campus is now accepting registrations for the fall semester on our website.

Co-sponsored by the Virginia Rider Training Program, DMV, and NOVA, this 15-hour course (10 hours on the range and 5 hours in the classroom) is for anyone who wants to learn to ride a motorcycle. The course is offered at both the Loudoun and Alexandria Campuses. You’ll learn the basic skills of motorcycle operation, effective braking, and obstacle avoidance, as well as safe riding strategies – skills normally acquired only after several years of trial-and-error riding. Successful completion of the Basic Rider Course provides you with a temporary State motorcycle license. Enrollment is limited and classes fill very quickly.

8 thoughts on “Motorcycle Training Program”

  1. I took your motorcycle a couple years ago. The instructors were very knowledgeable and they made learning easy and fun. Wondering if you were offering the 3 wheel course?

    I’m considering a Can Am.


    1. Unfortunately, we don’t offer the sidecar/3 wheel course anymore. The best place to look is Evergreen Council. That is the curriculum we used when we offered the class. Best of luck!

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