As of July 1, 2008, per s. 322.12(5)(a), F.S., every first-time applicant (regardless
of age) for licensure to operate a motorcycle must provide proof of completion of
a motorcycle safety course before the applicant may be licensed to operate a motorcycle.
Riding a motorcycle without the endorsement is a criminal violation.
Basic Rider Course - Motorcycle Safety Basic Rider Course is a 2 day course designed for beginning riders. The course is from 7am-4pm, each day, with a 1 hour lunch break. The Basic Rider Course consists of 16 hours of instruction including 5 hours in the classroom and 11 hours of intense riding on the parking lot range. This course will teach students how to operate a motorcycle safely and strongly emphasizes the special skills and mental attitude required for dealing with everyday riding. Participants will use bikes provided by NWF State College.
Fee $200.00 Classes meet on the Niceville Campus, Building 710, Room 005 (Public Safety Driving Range)
Course Code - XCE6539
Dates Course Reference Numbers
October 8-9 11921
October 12-13 11922
October 15-16 11923
October 22-23 11924
October 29-30 11925
November 5-6 11926
November 12-13 11927
November 16-17 11928
November 19-20 11929
December 3-4 11930
December 10-11 11931
December 14-15 12027
December 17-18 12028
Must have at least an automobile learners license to take the BRC
Motorcycles and helmets (full face and 3/4) are provided, or you may bring your own DOT approved helmet
Students must provide proper riding attire, to include:
Full Finger Gloves
Long Pants (preferably denim jeans)
Long Sleeve Shirt
Over Ankle Boots
If it rains the day of your class, we will still ride. You may want to invest in an inexpensive two piece rain suit
Advanced Rider Course - Motorcycle Safety Advanced Rider/Sport Bike Course. This 8 hour course is designed for experienced motorcycle riders to complement the skills learned and experienced in previous rider courses. The course is from 7am-4pm. Special emphasis is given to self-assessment, risk management, rider behavior, riding strategies, and overall skill development, particularly in braking, cornering, and swerving procedures and techniques. This training is conducted on your own bike.
Fee $90.00 Classes meet on the Niceville Campus, Building 710, Room 005 (Public Safety Driving Range)
Course Code - XCE6541
Dates Course Reference Numbers
October 14 11934
November 18 11935
December 16 12029
Must have a motorcycle endorsement on your license
Must provide your own motorcycle for riding in the course
Bring your own DOT approved helmet
Students must provide proper riding attire, to include:eye protection
long-sleeve shirt, top, or jacket
long pants (preferably denim jeans)
long sleeve shirt
over ankle boots
If it rains the day of your class, we will still ride. You may want to invest in an inexpensive two piece rain suit.
Private Lessons are available upon request. These lessons will be 2 hours of basic riding skills with one-on-one instruction.
Call to schedule a lesson.
Course Reference Number - 12155