About

Evergreen Motorcycle Training

In the early 1990’s Evergreen Motorcycle Safety Training began with a single training range and some motorcycles on what was then the Sand Point Naval Base. It was developed as an additional program by parent company Evergreen Safety Council (ESC).

The ESC Mission

“To prevent accidental deaths and injuries by being a resource for safety training, consulting and information for businesses and citizens of Washington State and the Greater Northwest. To support related programs and legislative action that would improve safety in the workplace, on the highway, at home, and at play.”

Since its beginning Evergreen Motorcycle Training has been vitally involved in support of this mission.

Today Evergreen’s Motorcycle Safety Program has grown to 7 training ranges in 5 locations across King county. Supported with over 100 motorcycles, 5 sidecar rigs, 2 trikes and 5 CanAm Spyders available for students to use for training classes.

Evergreen has also developed a dedicated core of professional motorcycle safety instructors. These instructors carry certifications for two-wheel motorcycle training from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and three-wheel motorcycle training certifications with the Sidecar/Trike Education Program S/TEP.

Evergreen believes that by providing the motorcyclist the right street strategies and techniques to ride safely at the beginning of their riding careers that the motorcyclist and the public will be safer.