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MOTORCYCLE TRAINING 

MOTORCYCLE TRAINING

Evergreen is proud to be one of the top training company’s in Washington state. We provide training in five different locations in King county to serve you. Whether this is the first time you’ve ever sat on a motorcycle to the seasoned professional, we have a course for you!  Use the course selector below to assist you in finding the best course for your riding ability.

Which course should I choose?

Pre-Basic Course

Choose this course if:

  • You are a brand new rider (Must be able to ride a bicycle)
  • You have no experience other than riding bicycle (Great course if you are Nervous about your ability.)

FYI:

  • A motorcycle and helmet are provided for this course and a scooter is available upon request
  • Does not meet military base requirements
  • This is not a license waiver course

Basic Rider Course (BRC)

Choose this course if:

  • You are a brand new rider (Must be able to ride a bicycle.)
  • You have none or very little  experience

 FYI:

  • A motorcycle and helmet are provided for this course and a scooter is available upon request
  • Meets military base requirements
  • This is a license waiver course

*You may use your own motorcycle in a basic or intermediate rider course if the motorcycle is under 500cc’s, you have proof of insurance for the motorcycle, and have a pre-ride inspection completed by the instructor. You must also have authorization from the office.

Intermediate Rider Course (IRC)

Choose this course if:

  • You have ridden in the past and remember how to manipulate all of the motorcycle controls.
  • Current riding experience

 FYI:

  • A motorcycle and helmet are provided for this course and a scooter is available upon request.
  • Meets military base requirements.
  • This is a license waiver course.

*You may use your own motorcycle in a basic or intermediate rider course if the motorcycle is under 500cc’s, you have proof of insurance for the motorcycle, and have a pre-ride inspection completed by the instructor. You must also have authorization from the office.

Experienced Rider Course (ERC)

Choose this course if:

  • You have at least 1,000 miles of riding experience before you attempt this course.

 FYI:

  • You will ride your own motorcycle and wear your own helmet.
  • If  you have a scooter of your own you may bring and use it.
  • Meets military base requirements.
  • This is a license waiver course.

Additional Riding Course (ARC)

Choose this course if:

  • You have completed the BRC but are not ready for the open road.
  • Students must have completed the BRC to register for this course.

FYI:

  • A motorcycle and helmet are provided for this course and a scooter is available upon request.
  • Does not meet military base requirements.
  • This is not a license waiver course.

ESC also offers intermediate motorcycle, sidecar/trike and scooter classes throughout the year, with varying schedules and at multiple training locations. You can check class availability and register online or contact our office for more information.