Motorcycle Training Academy offers the Basic RiderCourse, Experienced RiderCourse and the Military SportBike RiderCourse. We work with most Military Safety Offices and offer discounts to all Active, Reserve, National Guard, DoD Civilians, Retirees and Dependents. Contact your respective installation Safety Office for further details. You can find further information and class schedules below.
Military rates are 10% off any shown price, please call for discount before registering.
You must provide your own shatter-resistant eye protection, sturdy over the ankle footwear (non-canvas), long sleeved shirt or jacket, long non-flare denim pants or equivalent protective material and full fingered gloves, preferably leather.
All Peterson Air Force Base personnel must get prior approval from their Base Safety Office.
PAFB Safety Office: (719) 556-6780.
Click Here to View PAFB Training Packet Cover Sheet.
Schriever AFB personnel do not require prior approval from the Base Safety Office unless taking something other than the BRC, ERC, or ARC courses.
Schriever Air Force Base: (719) 567-SAFE
Click Here to view the 50 SW Safety Office Training Reimbursement Instructions.
All USAFA personnel must get prior approval from their Base Safety Office.
Air Force Academy Base Safety: (719) 333-6536
Colorado Army National Guardsmen are eligible to take one or more free motorcycle safety courses. Please contact CW2 Bob Espeland at the COARNG Safety Office (720-847-8468) for approval prior to signing up.
We are offering all Army, Retirees, DoD Civilians, Contractors and Dependents the military rate. Please call for discount BEFORE you register. If you have a group of 6 or more, we can set up a dedicated class for a reduced price.
To register for the free class held on Fort Carson go to:
or call the Fort Carson Safety Office: 719-524-1273. If you cannot get in, call us for an immediate class. Classes at Fort Carson are only for Active duty, Guard and Reserve and Department of Army civilians who ride a motorcycle in the performance of their duties. Retirees, Department of Army Civilians who do not ride a motorcycle as part of their duties, contractors and Family members are not able to take the motorcycle classes on Fort Carson. In order to ride on Fort Carson, people must have a state endorsed motorcycle license.