The Precision Riding Clinic costs $295. This course is for fully endorsed riders and does not waive any ITD testing requirements for acquiring a motorcycle operator license. Students must bring their own street-legal motorcycle. Restrictions for motorcycle use in this riding clinic:
- No three-wheeled motorcycles (trikes, motorcycles/scooters with sidecars, Can-Am Spyders, etc.).
- All personally owned motorcycles must be street legal, in safe operating condition, and topped off with a full tank of gas.
- No fluid leaks, broken spokes, inoperable or missing controls (front or rear brakes, engine cut-off switch, sticky throttle). Motorcycles will also be checked for adequate tire tread and proper inflation. Straight pipes or excessively loud motorcycles are NOT allowed.
- Participants must bring proof of insurance and ownership/current registration for the motorcycle used in the workshop. If the registration and/or insurance are not in their name, than they must bring written permission from the owner allowing them to use the vehicle during the class.
Please arrive 15 minutes early. You must be on time for all sessions to continue the workshop. Bring snacks, lunch, if desired (you’ll have at least 1 hour for lunch), and beverages. Water will be available. You must come prepared to ride with the following riding gear (no exceptions!):
- Full-fingered sturdy gloves, preferably leather
- Sturdy over-the-ankle footwear (motorcycle, hiking or work boots only; hi-top tennis shoes are not permitted)
- Motorcycle riding jacket, preferably with armor
- Long pants or sturdy fabric, leathers or riding pants are preferred
- Personal DOT-approved 3/4 or full-faced helmet (novelty helmets are not permitted)
- Eye protection (helmet visor, goggles, or sunglasses will suffice)
- Rain gear, we ride during wet weather!
- Bring your driver's license (with current motorcycle endorsement), proof of insurance, and registration
Required Riding Skills: There is no prerequisite for this clinic; however, all participants are expected to be able to perform the following skills (prior to registering for the course)*:
- Complete 90-degree turns from a stop while staying within lane boundaries
- Complete u-turns in 24’ or less without putting a foot down
- Achieve minimum standards for maximum braking as follows:
- 13’ or less at 15 MPH
- 23’ or less at 20 MPH
- 31’ or less at 25 MPH
- 44’ or less at 30 MPH
- Have sufficient clutch and throttle control to maintain vehicle control at low speeds
*It is the participant’s responsibility to ensure that he/she has adequate skills for participation, as no refunds are offered for dropping out of the course once the clinic begins. Click here for a practice/skills assessment guide.
You MUST provide your own motorcycle for this riding clinic: All personally owned motorcycles must be street legal, in safe operating condition, and topped off with a full tank of gas. The Instructor will inspect your vehicle to ensure compliance. A T-CLOCK inspection form is available to help you prepare for the class. While the Instructor will not check all items, the T-CLOCK is an excellent tool to ensure your vehicle is in safe operating condition. Straight pipes or excessively loud bikes are NOT allowed and will be determined appropriate at the discretion of the Instructor. Tuition will not be refunded if your vehicle does not pass, or if mechanical issues/failure prevent you from completing the course.
You must bring proof of insurance and ownership/current registration for the motorcycle used in the workshop. If the registration and/or insurance are not in your name, than you must bring written permission from the owner allowing you to use the vehicle during the class.
If you are under 18 years of age, a waiver must be signed by your parent or guardian. Your parent or guardian can stop by the Idaho STAR main offices in Boise and sign paperwork before class, OR they may come to the beginning of class to sign the necessary paperwork. Another option is for you to print the waiver and have your parent or guardian take both pages to be notarized prior to the class, then bring the notarized waiver to class with you. You will not be allowed to ride in the course until the Instructor has an acceptable waiver on file. If you are not allowed to continue for this reason, your full tuition will be forfeited.
If you'd like to review the Rider's Guide before the class, click here.