Come ride in Presque Isle with Maine’s premier motorcycle educators.
This is Northern Maine’s motorcycle school, from Sherman to Fort Kent, Portage to Fort Fairfield, The County’s own motorcycle school
Come ride with us!
Learn basic skills for learning to ride a motorcycle!
Classes are led by state and nationally certified Motorcycle Safety Foundation trained instructors. They work with students in comprehensive classroom instruction and step by step, hands-on riding approach. The varied student learning styles are appreciated and enhanced by the instructors knowledge and experience.
You may also earn your Maine Motorcycle license endorsement at the conclusion of the two days pending your successful skills evaluation!
A waiver and other pertinent information regarding the course will be sent via email after you register.
If you need larger quantities of class registrations above 2 or are having any issues ordering, please contact us.
Northern Maine classes are held at 800 Main St, Presque Isle, ME 04769
Class Times: Two date classes -8:00 to 5:00 | Three date classes- Fri-6:00-9:00 pm, Sat-7:00-4:00, Sun-7:00-11:00
Be sure to review Dress Requirements before attending class.
Be sure to review our Cancellation Policy before signing up for a course.
About the Basic Rider Course, from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation:
The MSF Basic RiderCourse is designed for beginning riders of all ages. More than 7 million motorcyclists nationwide have graduated from a RiderCourse since 1974. Eight to ten hours of classroom-style instruction prepares you for ten hours of hands-on riding exercises in a controlled, off-street environment – typically, a paved parking lot. Motorcycles are provided free of charge for your use during the course. In the classroom, you’ll learn about the different types of motorcycles, layout and operation of the basic controls, and how to become a safer, more responsible rider. You’ll then move to the riding range where your MSF-certified RiderCoach will guide you through the basic skills of straight-line riding, stopping, shifting, and turning, gradually progressing to swerving and emergency braking.