Motorcycle Training Academy is the Nation's top choice for motorcycle and scooter education. Whether you have never touched a motorcycle, or you have been riding for years with or without your endorsement, this is the school for you!
We are a small veteran-owned business. The majority of our RiderCoaches are either active duty or retired military.
You will learn to ride using our motorcycles on a safe closed circuit course. Our motorcycles and scooters are small and lightweight, so you can concentrate on learning the skills of safe riding and then transfer those skills to your bike.
Successful completion of either the BRC or BRC2 will waive all testing at the Colorado DMV for your motorcycle endorsement.
According to preliminary data from CDOT, 40 motorcyclists lost their lives during the first half of 2015 and 90 motorcyclists were killed in 2014; 97% were males. Nationally, per vehicle mile traveled, motorcyclist fatalities occurred 26 times more frequently than passenger car occupants in a traffic crash.
“The riding season is still going strong so we ask everyone to be careful, including the motorcycle riders themselves,” said Sam Cole, a public relations official for CDOT. “We’ve already seen 40 deaths this year, that’s 40 deaths too many.”
Motorcyclists make up just three percent of vehicles on the road but account for 18% of overall fatalities. These fatalities tend to peak during the summer months with more motorcycles on the road. CDOT’s campaign raises awareness urging drivers to use extra caution.
“Looking twice helps ensure drivers see motorcyclists,” said Cole.
Head injury is the leading cause of death in motorcycle crashes. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that 1,630 lives were saved in 2013 because of proper helmet usage, and another 715 lives could have been saved if helmets had been worn. Colorado does not require motorcyclists to wear helmets.
Please Note: There will be a reschedule fee of varying amounts based on what class you were signed up for if you reschedule within 48 hours of the start of the class. A fee may be assessed for credit card processing for all refunds ( approximately 3%).
Take the BRC through us and receive a $20 discount on a Basic RiderCourse 2 if taken within 12 months of completing the BRC. Have your MSF Completion Card number to get the savings. We hope this will entice you to come out and get trained.