Rider Education

 

Basic Riders Course – Introduces the exciting world of motorcycling.

  • 2-day Classroom and On-cycle Training
  • For new & experienced riders
  • Motorcycle & helmet provided (more)
  • Earn a Motorcycle License
  • $250.00: Enrollment fee
  • $300.00: Out-of-state fee
  • REGISTER TODAY!

Basic Riders Course 2 – Allows riders to hone their skills and fine-tune the mental skills needed for survival in traffic.

  • 1-day Training
  • For experienced riders
  • Ride your own bike (more)
  • $100.00 Enrollment fee / $150.00 Out-of-state Fee
  • REGISTER TODAY!

Advanced Riders Course (ARC) – Focuses on the complex skills of self-assessment, personal risk management, and riding strategies.

  • 1-day Training
  • Advanced riding techniques
  • Ride your own bike (more)
  • $100.00 Enrollment fee / $100.00 Out-of-state Fee

Scooter Riders…Great News

Scooters have become a popular and sensible transportation option.  Many people perceive them to be safer and easier to handle than a motorcycle. The reality is that any two-wheel vehicle takes a different skill set to maneuver our streets.

With that in mind, the GMSP welcomes scooter owners to participate in our license waiver Basic and Experienced rider education courses. Scooter owners can now enroll their machine in a rider education program, and if successful, earn a license waiver.

Of course, there are a few rules.

  • Students use their own scooters. No scooters are provided.
  • The scooter must be owned, registered, and insured by the student.
  • The scooter must be street-legal and be more then 50cc and less than 350cc.
  • If the scooter is going to be ridden to and from class, a Class MP permit is required (note that some classes are held after dark and permit holders cannot ride after dark). Students can trailer the scooter to the training location.
  • Scooter students must call GMSP at 678-413-8400 after registering and inform staff of their intention to use a scooter (so we can notify your Coach).

For details and a list of facts including required riding gear, visit http://www.dds.ga.gov/motorcycle/gmsp/gmsprequirements.aspx.