EBRT - BASIC RIDER TRAINING (Level 1 Endorsement Course)

eBRT, 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 eBRT 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 range sessions (2) 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 eBRT, Basic Rider Training.

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

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General Information About eBRT

The eBRT 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 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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