Learn Advanced Riding Techniques & Practice in Style!

June 20th Event September 12th Event


The annual Street Strategies event, hosted by Evergreen Safety Council, Cascade Motorcycle Safety, and Skagit Powersports, is a day full of fun at Pacific Raceways in Kent, Washington. Every lesson strengthens the fundamentals and brings you to the next stage in developing your street riding techniques. Receive expert coaching, and practice these activities and more, at street speeds on the track!

  • Vision & Awareness
  • Braking Techniques
  • Downhill Cornering
  • Throttle Control
  • Cornering Lines
  • Adjusting Cornering Lines


Once the theory has sunk in, you then get to practice it on the race track, in a controlled, safe and fun environment, until it becomes second nature. Expect to drain at least one tank of gas!


All licensed, operational bikes capable of highway speeds are welcome. Whether you ride a cruiser, sport or dual-sport, standard, bagger or adventure bike – so long as it’s safe to ride and fast enough, it qualifies for the event.

Required Gear To Bring

  • Sturdy boots that offer full ankle protection

  • Your own DOT-approved helmet

  • Long-sleeved shirt or jacket

  • Long, non-flared pants made of durable material Such as denim

  • Full-fingered leather gloves Or motorcycle specific gloves

You May Also Want To Bring

  • Full rain gear if applicable

  • Lunch

  • Refillable water bottle

  • Sunscreen If needed


Sign up for the Street Strategies Event Today!

June 20th September 12th


Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any other motorcycle safety courses in the area?

Evergreen Safety Council is one of twelve companies contracted by the Washington Department of Licensing (DOL) to offer motorcycle training in the state. For other locations and information please visit the DOL’s website or contact the Washington Motorcycle Safety Program (WMSP) at 1-800-962-9010.

We are happy to refer students to other motorcycle training courses.

Are there any other requirements?

Students must:

  • Provide proper riding gear (we have DOT-approved helmets available to borrow).
  • Be on time–you will not be permitted to participate if you are late to class or practice.

Who should take the Basic Rider Course?

The Basic Rider Course is designed for the beginner rider. Exercises progress from basic to experienced riding skills. Must be able to ride a 2-wheel bicycle and recent experience would be advantageous.

Do you provide training for scooters?

Yes, only at our Totem Lake location. However, if a student wishes to bring their own scooter (as defined by the motorcycle industry) to class, they may do so ONLY with proof of ownership and liability insurance. The scooter must pass a T-CLOCS inspection by the rider and instructor (a pre-ride safety checklist to make sure scooter/bike is safe to ride) before allowed in training course.

You must have an endorsement or instructional permit to legally ride your motorcycle to class or a testing session.