Street RiderCourse

It is a partial-day riding course that provides actual on-road experience in a semi-controlled environment. The course provides a practical application of the basic physical and mental skills for managing risk. There is a Street RiderCourse 1 and a Street RiderCourse 2. They have the same structure with adjustments made depending on whether the course is targeting brand new riders (SRC 1) or experienced riders (SRC 2).

  • Any licensed rider may enroll in the course. It is helpful if riders have recently completed the MSF Basic RiderCourse and/or the Experienced RiderCourse. Recent experience, at least parking lot type practice, is encouraged. An SRC Qualifying Skill Test must be passed on the motorcycle to be used in the course.
  • A valid license to ride a motorcycle is required.
  • It is best if students ride their personal motorcycle. Personal motorcycles must be street legal (inspected, licensed, registered and insured).
  • The focus of the course is on strategies for identifying and responding to typical riding situations in multiple riding environments. Students are exposed to lane positioning for visibility and space cushion, situational awareness, and proper cornering process. There is an emphasis to think like a safety-minded, responsible rider who uses aggressive vision and gives full attention to the riding task.
  • An SRC takes approximately four to five hours. A classroom is used to take care of administrative matters and to present visual material. Variables such as weather and skill level of riders may also affect course duration.
  • The focus of the course is on strategies for identifying and responding to typical riding situations in multiple riding environments. Students are exposed to lane positioning for visibility and space cushion, situational awareness, and proper cornering process. There is an emphasis to think like a safety-minded, responsible rider who uses aggressive vision and gives full attention to the riding task.
Courses We Offer

Three ways to register!
  • Click a course above.
  • Send us an email.
  • Call us (719) 380-1448
  • or at 1-866-344-9345