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Course Listing

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Currently registering through July 4th.

 

Please check below for a complete listing of courses through July 4th.

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FIND THE RIGHT TWO-WHEEL COURSE FOR YOU

For more details about each course and training dates, click on the course name/ level below.

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INTERMEDIATE
ADVANCED COURSES
3 WHEEL TRAINING
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INTRO TO RIDING (Pre-Basic introductory class, not for endorsement)

REGISTER HERE
(Schedule of all available Intros)

Intro to Riding is the perfect course for folks who just want to see if motorcycling is for them or those who are especially nervous about learning to ride and would like to ease into it at a slower pace.

Content: motorcycle controls, starting, stopping, and balance. This class takes place on the range only and there is no classroom portion or testing of skills.

Duration: 3 hours

Cost: $55

Provided: Motorcycles are provided.

Requirements: See STAR gear requirements. A motorcycle permit or endorsement is not needed; however, a driver's license or permit is required.

Additional Information: Class sizes are kept low for lots of individual attention (max class size of 5). Completion of this course does not waive any ITD testing requirements towards a motorcycle endorsement.

Learn more about the Introduction to Riding course.

Click on the Register Here (Schedule of All Available Intros) to see offerings statewide, or search by location below:

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ERIDER®️ BASIC RIDER TRAINING (Level 1 Endorsement Course)

REGISTER HERE
(Schedule of all available BRTs)

eRider® Basic Rider Training (BRT) is designed for the novice rider with no (or limited) street-riding experience who wants to study at home for fewer class hours.

Content: online classroom and on-cycle instruction on fundamental skills required to operate the motorcycle and progress to street-strategies and emergency situation skills.

Duration: Average of 4-6 hours to complete the online classroom + approx. 9 hours of hands-on practice on the motorcycle. Course end times are approximate and may vary due to weather or other circumstances. All students MUST complete the eRider® online classroom AND attend both riding sessions to receive a completion card.

Cost: $174

Provided: Motorcycles are provided. For this course, you may choose to ride one of our motorcycles or bring your own with a size restriction of 400cc or less.

Requirements: See STAR gear requirements. A motorcycle permit or endorsement is not needed; however, a driver's license or permit is required.

You must complete BOTH the online classroom AND the two range sessions to receive a course completion card. Cards WILL NOT BE ISSUED until successful completion of both classroom and on-cycle training is achieved.

Additional Information: Successful completion of this course will waive ITD's skills test requirement, if the endorsement is added within two years of passing the course. More info.

Click here to learn more about the eRider® Basic Rider Training.

**WASHINGTON RIDERS: Washington DOES NOT accept eRider® for permits or endorsements - please be advised!** Please check availability for our Traditional Basic courses to satisfy Washington's permit training requirements.

Select Your Preferred Location:

General Information About eRider®

The eRider® classroom uses interactive video, graphics, and other features to build solid mental riding skills. Users should have a modern desktop, laptop, or tablet computer and high-speed Internet connection, in addition to other system requirements.

Smartphones do not provide an adequate screen resolution and are NOT recommended for this course.

Basic and Intermediate courses with a traditional classroom environment are also available; see course listings above.

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ERIDER®️ BASIC II (Level 2 Endorsement Course)

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(Schedule of all available BIIs)

The eRider®  Basic II Course is designed for riders who want to develop beginning street riding skills, but who are comfortable with the basics of turning, shifting, stopping, and balancing the motorcycle.

Content: online classroom and on-cycle instruction in street-strategies and emergency situation skills. You will practice cornering, braking, and swerving maneuvers on the riding course.

Duration: Average of 4-6 hours to complete the online classroom + approx. 5 hours of hands-on practice on the motorcycle. Course end times are approximate and may vary due to weather or other circumstances. All students MUST complete the eRider® online classroom to receive a course completion card. 

Cost: $174

Provided: Motorcycles are provided. For this course, you may choose to ride one of our motorcycles or bring your own, no size restriction.

Requirements: See STAR gear requirements. A motorcycle permit or endorsement is not needed; however, a driver's license or permit is required.

You must complete BOTH the online classroom AND the range session to receive a course completion card. Cards WILL NOT BE ISSUED until successful completion of both is achieved.

Additional Information: Successful completion of this course will waive ITD's skills test requirement, if the endorsement is added within two years of passing the course. More info.

Click here to learn more about eRider® Basic II Course.

**WASHINGTON RIDERS: Washington DOES NOT accept eRider® for permits or endorsements - please be advised!** Please check availability for our Traditional Basic courses to satisfy Washington's permit training requirements.

Select Your Preferred Location:

General Information About eRider®

The eRider® classroom uses interactive video, graphics, and other features to build solid mental riding skills. Users should have a modern desktop, laptop, or tablet computer and high-speed Internet connection, in addition to other system requirements.

Smartphones do not provide adequate screen resolution.

Basic and Intermediate courses with a traditional classroom environment are also available; see course listings above.

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TRADITIONAL BASIC I (In-person classroom)

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(Schedule of all available BIs)

Basic Rider Training (BRT) is designed for the novice rider with no (or limited) street-riding experience who wants the in-person classroom experience.

Content: In-person classroom and on-cycle instruction on fundamental skills required to operate the motorcycle and progress to street-strategies and emergency situation skills.

Duration: Approximately 17 hours over three days of combined classroom instruction and hands-on practice on the motorcycle. Course end times are approximate and may vary due to weather or other circumstances. All students MUST attend the classroom AND attend both riding sessions to receive a completion card.

Cost: $184

Provided: Motorcycles are provided. For this course, you may choose to ride one of our motorcycles or bring your own with a size restriction of 400cc or less.

Requirements: See STAR gear requirements. A motorcycle permit or endorsement is not needed; however, a driver's license or permit is required.

Additional Information: Successful completion of this course will waive ITD's skills test requirement, if the endorsement is added within two years of passing the course. More info.

Click here to learn more about Basic Rider Training.

**WASHINGTON RIDERS: Washington accepts only Traditional Basic courses to satisfy permit training requirements.

 

Select Your Preferred Location (Limited Locations & Availability*):

*If you cannot locate a traditional course that fits your schedule, please check for eRider® courses with online classroom.

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TRADITIONAL BASIC II (In-person classroom)

REGISTER HERE
(Schedule of all available BIIs)

Basic II is designed for riders who want to develop beginning street riding skills, but who are comfortable with the basics of turning, shifting, stopping, and balancing the motorcycle.

Content: Classroom and on-cycle instruction in street-strategies and emergency situation skills. You will practice cornering, braking, and swerving maneuvers on the riding course.

Duration: Approximately 9.5 hours combined classroom instruction and hands-on practice on the motorcycle. Course end times are approximate and may vary due to weather or other circumstances. All students MUST attend the classroom AND riding session to receive a completion card.

Cost: $184

Provided: Motorcycles are provided. For this course, you may choose to ride one of our motorcycles or bring your own with no size restrictions.

Requirements: See STAR gear requirements. A motorcycle permit or endorsement is not needed; however, a driver's license or permit is required.

Additional Information: Successful completion of this course will waive ITD's skills test requirement, if the endorsement is added within two years of passing the course. More info.

Click here to learn more about Basic II Rider Training.

**WASHINGTON RIDERS: Washington accepts only Traditional Basic courses to satisfy permit training requirements.

 

Select Your Preferred Location (Limited Locations & Availability*):

*If you cannot locate a traditional course that fits your schedule, please check for eRider® courses with online classroom.

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ALL-SCOOTER BASIC II TRAINING (Endorsement Course)

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(Schedule of all available SCBIIs)

The All-Scooter Basic II Course is designed for scooter riders who want to hone and further develop safer street riding skills. 

Content: classroom and on-scooter instruction in street strategies and emergency situation skills. You will practice cornering, braking, and swerving maneuvers on the riding course.

Duration: Approx. 9 hours. Course end times are approximate and may vary due to weather or other circumstances.

Cost: $148

You must bring your own scooter.

Requirements: See STAR gear requirements. A motorcycle permit or endorsement is not needed; however, a driver's license or permit is required. In order to receive your course completion card, you must attend all classroom and range sessions and pass a knowledge and skill test.

Additional Information: Successful completion of this course will waive ITD's skills test requirement if the endorsement is added within two years of passing the course. More info.

Learn more about the All-Scooter Basic II Rider Training

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INTERMEDIATE RIDER TRAINING (Level 3 Endorsement Course)

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Schedule of all available IRTs

Intermediate Rider Training (IRT) is designed for riders who want to develop better street riding skills but are already comfortable with the basics of turning, shifting, stopping, and balancing the motorcycle.

Content: Real-time, Instructor-led Zoom classroom and on-cycle instruction in street strategies and emergency situation skills. You will practice cornering, braking, and swerving maneuvers on the riding course.

Duration: Conducted in two sessions:  Tuesday evening Zoom and Saturday riding course OR two consecutive Saturdays. Approx. 4 hours for Zoom classroom on day 1 and 5.5 hours on-cycle instruction on day 2. Course end times are approximate and may vary due to weather or other circumstances. Attendance in both classroom Zoom session and riding session is required for successful completion.

Cost: $174

Provided: For this course, we STRONGLY encourage you to bring your own motorcycle for the best experience and skills development.

Requirements: See STAR gear requirements. A motorcycle permit or endorsement is not needed; however, a driver's license or permit is required. In order to receive your course completion card, you must attend all classroom and range sessions and pass a knowledge and skill test.

Additional Information: Successful completion of this course will waive ITD's skills test requirement if the endorsement is added within two years of passing the course. More info.

Learn more about Intermediate Rider Training.

Select Your Preferred Location:

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ENHANCED STREET SKILLS (Advanced Cornering and Braking)

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Schedule of all available ESSs

Enhanced Street Skills is designed for fully endorsed riders with current street-riding experience.

Content: braking skills and cornering skills development. Confidence-building exercises for handling emergency braking situations and leaning and cornering on your own motorcycle.

Duration: 6 hours. Course end times are approximate and may vary due to weather or other circumstances.

Cost: $105

You MUST provide your own motorcycle/scooter. There is no size restriction for motorcycles/scooters for this class.

Requirements: See STAR gear requirements. A valid driver's license and an "M" motorcycle endorsement are required to take this course.

Additional Information: This class takes place on the range only and there is no classroom portion or testing of skills. Completion of this course does not waive ITD's skills test requirement. If you need more information about how to obtain your motorcycle endorsement, click here.

Learn more about the Enhanced Street Skills course.

Select Your Preferred Location:

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ENHANCED 2-UP SKILLS (for Rider and Passenger)

REGISTER HERE
Schedule of all available E2Us

Enhanced 2-Up Skills is designed for fully endorsed riders with current street-riding experience who want to build skill and confidence in carrying passengers.

Content: braking, cornering, and low-speed control development while carry a passenger. Confidence-building exercises for handling emergency braking situations and leaning and cornering.

Duration: 6 hours. Course end times are approximate and may vary due to weather or other circumstances.

Cost: $105 (includes both rider and passenger)

You MUST provide your own motorcycle/scooter and passenger. There is no size restriction for motorcycles/scooters for this class.

Requirements: See STAR gear requirements. A valid driver's license and an "M" motorcycle endorsement are required to take this course.

Additional Information: This class takes place on the range only and there is no classroom portion or testing of skills. Completion of this course does not waive ITD's skills test requirement. If you need more information about how to obtain your motorcycle endorsement, click here.

Learn more about the Enhanced 2-Up Skills course.

Select Your Preferred Location:

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RIDING PRACTICE SESSION

The Riding Practice Session is available only to previous STAR students (pass or fail) and may be repeated as frequently as desired. You must call to register.

Content: additional structured practice time on the motorcycle with instruction and feedback - frequently taken as a preparatory course for a Skills Retest or a tune-up/skills refresher course.

Duration: 2 hours

Cost: $38

Provided: Motorcycles are provided. You may also ride your own motorcycle/scooter, no size restrictions.

Requirements: See STAR gear requirements. A motorcycle permit or endorsement is not needed; however, a driver's license or permit is required.

Important Information: For a RPS and/or Skills Retest, you must call to register by phone so we can verify eligibility for participation. Please call us Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, at 208.639.4540.

This course does not waive any ITD testing requirements for acquiring a motorcycle operator license, and if taken as a Skills Retest prep course, you must register for the Skills Retest separately.

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GROUP COURSES

Private group courses may be available on a limited basis. Call for details.

Great for both casual and sanctioned riding groups, clubs, companies promoting safe riding culture for employees, team-building, and more! If you're interested please call the STAR office at 208-639-4540 to discuss your group's needs.

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