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Motorcycle Training

Motorcycle Training

JCCC offers basic rider and more advanced courses for experienced riders.

Motorcycle classes are offered weekly from March through October.

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Eligibility & Required Forms

Motorcycle training courses are open to those 15 years of age or older with a valid driver's license or learner's permit. A week before class, stop by the Continuing Education Registration office to complete these required motorcycle training forms — the Motorcycle Safety Course Waiver & Indemnification and the DE-99 Certificate. The office, RC 173 (map), is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For students younger than 18, both the student and a parent must complete and sign the required forms in the office.

Prerequisite Skills: Proficiency in riding and balancing on a two-wheeled bicycle. Physically active class. Students must be in condition to handle a motorcycle and have balance and coordination.

The first evening of motorcycle training is classroom only. Students will be asked to inform instructors of health conditions, medications or other circumstances that could jeopardize their own or others' health and safety.

Students must be present and active for all class sessions. Classes will meet regardless of  inclement weather. No refunds will be given to students who do not successfully complete the program.

Motorcycle Training Supplies

  • Motorcycle helmet - DOT approved and must be 3/4 to full (one will be provided if you do not have your own)
  • Long-sleeve shirt or jacket
  • Full-fingered gloves
  • Eye protection
  • Long pants (non-baggy)
  • Boots or shoes that cover the ankle
  • Rain gear
  • Water and a snack (vending machines available)
  • Pencil/pen and highlighter

Proper riding attire will be discussed the first class.

Licensing Test Waivers

A Kansas Division of Vehicles certificate of completion will be issued upon successful completion of the course. You will receive an MSF completion card and your DE-99 form signed by JCCC. Although the state of Kansas driver's license examiners reserve the right to test any applicant, generally the completed DE-99 serves to waive further written or skill testing.