Become a 2-Wheel OR a 3-Wheel RiderCoach

Please read the requirements to become a RiderCoach and complete the applications at the bottom of the page. Interested persons must also complete RiderCoach Preparation Course Checklist. If you meet the below requirements and are interested, keep an eye on this page for RiderCoach Training opportunities.

Currently, the Colorado MOST program pays for this course. There is no charge to you. APPLY EVERY YEAR if you are still interested. Limited opportunities are available, HOWEVER new opportunities occur throughout each season.


  • 21 years of age or older with a valid driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement
  • Currently operate a motorcycle on a frequent, routine basis
  • As a teacher, you must have good communication skills.
  • No suspensions, DUIs or revocations on your driving record within the previous three years.
  • Candidates must be moderately fit and capable of handling mild physical exertion.
  • Graduate of a Motorcycle Safety Foundation Course (BRC, or BRC2). Completed within the last year. Check with your sponsored vendor for cost. (No cost for MTA candidates).
  • Be recommended by a current RiderCoach.(Preferred, not required)
  • As a teacher, you are expected to be a role model for Colorado motorcyclists, and as such, will be expected to wear the proper gear, to include a DOT helmet, eye protection, sturdy over the ankle footwear, long pants of durable material, long sleeved shirt or jacket and full fingered gloves; ANYTIME that you ride a motorcycle.

Before you apply be aware that being a RiderCoach takes commitment!
Teaching a motorcycle safety course is physically demanding. It requires long hours, standing for extended periods of time, walking approximately 5 miles in the course of a day, Continuous bending and stooping to place cones, and sometimes the need to push inoperable motorcycles for distances up to ¼ mile. It may require you to lift/stand-up a 400lb motorcycle if dropped. You must be quick on your feet. Heat and cold weather conditions can add to the strenuous conditions you will encounter while teaching the course.

To be considered for a slot, you must agree to, and complete the following:

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