Evergreen Motorcycle Training

Evergreen Motorcycle Training

Evergreen Motorcycle Training is proud to be one of the top motorcycle training companies in Washington State. We provide motorcycle training in five different locations throughout 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 motorcycle training course for you! Use the guide below to assist you in finding the best course for your riding ability.

Which course should I choose?

Pre-Basic Course

Know how to ride a bicycle, but have no motorcycle experience? Nervous about your first time on a bike? Then the Pre-Basic Course is for you! We’ll provide a motorcycle (or scooter, if you’re coming to our Totem Lake location) and a helmet. This course does not meet military base requirements, is not a license waiver course and recent experience on a 2-wheel bicycle is helpful.

Basic Rider Course (BRC)

If you’re brand new to motorcycles, have no (or very little) experience and want to learn how to ride motorcycle (or scooter, at our Totem Lake location), then the Basic Rider Course (BRC) is what you’re after. We’ll provide a motorcycle (or a scooter if you’re coming to Totem Lake) and helmet. This course meets military base requirements, is a license waiver course and recent experience on a 2-wheel bicycle is helpful. You can use you own motorcycle in a basic or intermediate rider course if your bike is under 500ccs, you have proof of insurance and have a pre-ride inspection completed by the instructor. Just get authorization from the office first!

Intermediate Rider Course (IRC)

The IRC is for riders with current riding experience, who have ridden in the past and remember how to manipulate all of the motorcycle controls. A motorcycle and helmet are provided for this course (a scooter is available upon request at our Totem Lake location). This course meets military base requirements and is a license waiver course.

Experienced Rider Course (ERC)

The ERC is for all regular riders with at least 1,000 miles of experience. You need your own motorcycle/scooter and helmet, proof of insurance and have a pre-ride inspection completed by the instructor. This course meets military base requirements and is a license waiver course.

Additional Rider Course (ARC)

ARCs help if you’ve completed the BRC, but are not ready for the open road. You must have completed the BRC to register for this course. A motorcycle and helmet are provided (a scooter is available at our Totem Lake location). This course does not meet military base requirements and is not a license waiver course.

We offer 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.