Registration is open for all scheduled courses at Schoolcraft College.
Detroit Metro Motorcycle Safety Consortium
The Detroit Metro Motorcycle Safety Consortium offers comprehensive, hands-on motorcycle-safety education and training in a safe and comfortable environment. Our classes are taught by professional, certified instructors who have not only a passion for riding but riding safety. Our primary goal is to improve the safety of motorcyclists on our roads.
Our motorcycle-safety courses are conducted with earmarked state funds, funded by motorcyclists, and administered through a motorcycle-safety grant from the Michigan Department of State.
The Detroit Metro Motorcycle Safety Consortium currently comprises:
- Macomb Community College
- Monroe County Community College
- Oakland Community College
- Schoolcraft College
- Wayne County Community College District
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. Our motorcycle-safety courses are conducted with earmarked state funds, funded by motorcyclists, and administered through a motorcycle-safety grant from the Michigan Department of State.
Look Twice. Save a Life.
Students who want to obtain a motorcycle endorsement (CY) on their driver’s license should enroll in one of following courses:
- Basic RiderCourse (BRC) | Beginning Riders
- Basic RiderCourse 2 (BRC2) | Experienced Riders
- 3-Wheel Basic RiderCourse (3WBRC) | Can-Am Ryker, Spyder Riders
Successful completion of the Basic RiderCourse (BRC), Basic RiderCourse 2 (BRC2), or 3-Wheel Basic RiderCourse (3WBRC) results in a certificate that waives the Knowledge Test (K-Test) and Rider Skill Test (RST), which would otherwise be administered by the Secretary of State and a third-party testing agency, respectively.
Students who have a Michigan driver’s license will receive a confirmation email from the Secretary of State that contains instructions for applying the motorcycle endorsement (CY) to their driver’s license. Most people have the option of completing the process entirely online; however, students who are under the age of 18 and/or have an out-of-state driver’s license must schedule an in-person appointment with their local branch office.
Students who are under the age of 18 and/or have an out-of-state driver’s license must also request from their instructor a MSF-branded completion card before class is dismissed. This completion card must be provided, during an in-person appointment with a local branch office, along with the documentation required to apply for a Michigan driver’s license.
Michigan Motorcycle Operator Manual
Section 1. Motorcycle Rider Licensing
Section 2. Michigan Motorcycle Laws
Section 3. Being in Shape to Ride
Section 4. Before You Ride
Section 5. Basic Motorcycle Operation
Section 6. Street Strategies
Section 7. Roadway Management
Section 8. Special Riding Situations
Section 9. Passengers, Cargo, and Groups
Section 10. Factors Affecting Rider Performance
Section 11. Three-Wheel Motorcycles
Section 12. Sample Knowledge Test
Reciprocity for Out-of-State Motorcyclist Training Courses
Individuals who want to obtain a motorcycle (CY) endorsement on their Michigan driver license and have already successfully completed one of the approved out-of-state courses, detailed in the corresponding document, are able to do so by providing the Secretary of State with a valid certificate of completion from the respective course provider.
The certificate must include the student’s name, an authorized signature, and the date of completion (must be one year or less from the date of the endorsement application).