Safety

MOST: Learn What to Expect in a Training Course

Traffic Safety Pulse July 2017For every motorcycle rider, both new and experienced, the safest way to enjoy a ride is to get trained. By taking a Motorcycle Operator Safety Training (MOST) class, riders not only sharpen their skill-set and earn a motorcycle endorsement; they also meet like-minded riders with a passion for the open road. 

Bill Souder, a MOST trainer, explains what to expect during a two-day hands on training course. Watch the video here.

During the course, riders learn essential motorcycle control skills from seasoned professionals with five hours of classroom and 10 hours of riding during the two-day course. Sessions include basic control skills, including clutch and throttle coordination, straight-line riding, stopping, turning, and shifting.

Traffic Safety Pulse July 2017

Students do not need to bring their own motorcycle or helmet as both will be provided, but do need to bring eye protection, full-finger gloves, sturdy pants, over-the-ankle footwear, and a long-sleeve shirt or jacket.

Visit CoMotorcycleSafety.com to get more information about the BRC course and view the full training video.

Colorado: The Official State Web Portal