Detroit Metro Regional Motorcycle Safety Schedule

The 2018 schedule of motorcycle safety classes will be released on February 1, 2018. Please check back for class dates and times.

Basic Rider Course - Web Enhanced (BRC)

Requirements: must have a valid email address on file with the College. Must complete the online eCourse prior to your class start date and bring the completion certificate to the first class session. Link to the eCourse will be distributed by the College via email at least 1 week prior to the start date of your class. If you have not received an email by this time, please contact our office at (734) 462- 4448.

This class consists of approximately 18 hours of instruction – 3 hours of online preparation to be completed prior to your class start date, 5 hours of classroom instruction, and 10 hours of hands-on training. Designed for someone who has minimal experience operating a motorcycle, this course focuses on the development of basic riding skills: clutch and throttle coordination, straight-line riding, braking, turning, and shifting. Successful completion of this course and its knowledge and skills tests will result in a riding test waiver by the Secretary of State. This course is offered in different formats: one (1) weekend, weekday, and weeknight.

Prerequisite: ability to ride a bicycle.

Basic Rider Course - Traditional (BRC)

This class consists of approximately 20 hours of instruction – 10 hours of classroom teaching and 10 hours of hands-on training. Designed for someone who has minimal experience operating a motorcycle, this course focuses on the development of basic riding skills: clutch and throttle coordination, straight-line riding, braking, turning, and shifting. Successful completion of this course and its knowledge and skills tests will result in a riding test waiver by the Secretary of State.

Prerequisite: Ability to ride a bicycle.

Returning Rider Course (RRC)

A one day course designed for the experienced but unlicensed rider to become licensed and legal. Many experienced, licensed riders use this course as a refresher and skills tune up. Topics include: braking, counter steering, turning, speed judgment, and other techniques necessary for the experienced rider to operate a motorcycle skillfully and safely. Each student must provide their own motorcycle. Scooters will be allowed in this class. Sharing is not allowed. The cycle must be titled, properly registered, and display a valid license plate. Each student must provide proof of insurance and the bike must pass a safety inspection. Successful completion allows a student to waive the Secretary of State riding skills test.

Prerequisite: ability to ride a bicycle.

Advanced Rider Course (ARC)

This one day course is designed for licensed, experienced riders who have a cycle endorsement to enhance their basic skills and help with personal risk assessment. Interactive classroom activities to improve perception and hazard awareness are combined with range exercises which enhance both basic skills and crash avoidance skills. You will learn to improve braking and corner finesse. It is the public version of the Military Sport Bike Rider Course. Each student must provide their own motorcycle. Sharing is not allowed. The cycle must be titled, properly registered, and display a valid license plate. Each student must provide proof of insurance and the bike must pass a safety inspection.

Class Schedules

Basic Rider Courses – Weekend: Classes run Friday night, 6-10pm; Saturday, 8am-8pm; Sunday 8am-8pm.

Basic Rider Courses – Weekday: Classes run Monday – Friday, 8am-1pm.

Basic Rider Courses – Weeknight: Classes run Monday – Friday, 5pm-10pm.

Returning Rider Courses: 1 day classes run 8am-6pm. Weeknight classes run 6pm-10pm.

Advanced Rider Courses: 1 day classes run 9am-6pm. Weeknight classes run 5pm-9pm.

PLEASE NOTE: Participants must be available to attend all scheduled times. You must be on time or you may be denied admission.

Requirements

All Students must Provide and Wear Protective Riding Gear Including:

DOT-approved motorcycle helmet; long sleeve jacket or heavy shirt, heavy duty long pants, eye protection - goggles or glasses (required even with a face shield helmet), full fingered gloves, boots (your ankles must be covered and the boot must have a hard sole. High heels or high-top tennis shoes are not permitted), and rain or cold weather gear, as needed.

Students under the age of 18 are allowed to take the BRC, 3 Wheel BRC, or RRBRC classes starting at age 15 if they have a valid driver's license. A parent/guardian must accompany the student to the first class meeting; parent signatures are required on some documents.

The motorcycle safety education courses offered by the following agencies are conducted with state funds from a motorcycle safety grant administered by the Michigan Department of State.

For additional class & registration information, please contact the desired site directly.

Henry Ford College - Main Campus
5101 Evergreen Rd., Dearborn, MI 48128
www.hfcc.edu
(313) 317-6600
       
Macomb Community College - South Campus
14500 East 12 Mile Rd., Warren, MI 48088
www.macomb.edu
(586) 498-4112

       
Monroe County Community College - Main Campus
1555 South Raisinville Rd., Monroe, MI 48161
http://www.monroeccc.edu/ccs/lifelong.htm
(734) 384-4127
         
Oakland Community College - Auburn Hills Campus
2900 Featherstone Rd., Auburn Hills, MI 48326
www.oaklandcc.edu/ce
(248) 232-4167

       
Schoolcraft College - Milford High School
2380 South Milford Rd., Highland, MI 48357
www.schoolcraft.edu/cepd/motorcycle
(734) 462-4448
         
Schoolcraft College - Livonia Campus
18600 Haggerty Rd., Livonia, MI 48152
www.schoolcraft.edu/cepd/motorcycle
(734) 462-4448
         
Schoolcraft College - Radcliff Center
1751 Radcliff St., Garden City, MI 48135
www.schoolcraft.edu/cepd/motorcycle
(734) 462-4448
         
Wayne County Community College District - Downriver Campus
21000 Northline Rd., Taylor, MI 48180
www.wcccd.edu
(313) 496-2704