Motorcycle Safety Program
Registration for 2020 Motorcycle Safety RiderCourses begins on February 3rd, 2020.
- The course fee of $50 is non-refundable and non-transferable, per MDOS.
- Students must provide their own gear; please reference our Riding-Gear and -Item Requirements.
- You must be available and on time for each scheduled session or you may be denied admission.
Michigan Rider Education Program (Mi-REP)
Administering the Michigan Rider Education Program (Mi-REP) is an important aspect of the Michigan Department of State's traffic-safety mission. Schoolcraft College's Motorcycle Safety Program uses safety standards established by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) to ensure consistent and comprehensive training. The curriculum provides both beginning and experienced motorcyclists with a foundation of good judgment, fundamental skills, and hands-on experience.
Look Twice. Save a Life.
Prospective motorcyclists can waive the Secretary of State's written knowledge test and riding-skills test, both of which are required to obtain a motorcycle endorsement, by enrolling in one of following courses:
Basic RiderCourse 2 (BRC2) | Experienced Riders |
- Basic RiderCourse (BRC) - Web Enhanced | Beginning Riders |
Students under the age of 18 are allowed to take the Basic RiderCourse or Basic RiderCourse 2 starting at age 15 if they have a valid graduated driver license. A parent or guardian must accompany the student on the first day of class; parent signatures are required on some documents.
All of our motorcycle-safety courses require each student to provide the following items:
- Driver license
- DOT-certified helmet
- Eye protection (required even with a face shield)
- Long-sleeved jacket or shirt
- Full-finger gloves
- Boots (must cover the ankle and have a hard sole)
- Rain- and cold-weather gear
- Pen or pencil
Become a Motorcycle-Safety Instructor (MSF-certified RiderCoach)
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- Pass a criminal background check.
- Possess a valid driver license with CY endorsement for a minimum of one year.
- Have a personal driving record with no more than six moving-violation points for the 12 consecutive months before the date of application.
- Be an active motorcyclist with considerable street-riding miles each season.
- Demonstrate a commitment to all aspects of motorcyclist safety and motorcycle-safety education.
Successful completion of the class results in national certification from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
For more information, please contact the department of Continuing Education and Professional Development at email@example.com or (734) 462-4448.
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