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Motorcycle Training FAQ

What is provided in the course?
You will be provided with a motorcycle, helmet and gloves.

What should I bring to class?
You must bring or wear the following to class:

  • Long sleeve shirt or jacket (must completely cover your arms down to the wrists and be long enough to cover your back when seated on the motorcycle)
  • Long pants with no large holes, preferably denim (must completely cover legs in a seated position)
  • Sturdy over-the-ankle boots or shoes (no tennis shoes or high heels)
  • Eye protection (sun glasses or eye glasses are acceptable)
  • Water or sports drink (42 fl. oz. recommended).

You may also bring a thermos, snacks and small cooler if you wish.

Do I need a motorcycle permit to take these classes?
No. You do not need a motorcycle permit or license to take RiderCourses™, however, students in the Advanced and Experienced courses who ride their bikes to class are expected to carry a current license. Dirt Bike School does not require a permit or license.

Where is the class taught?
The courses are held at PCC West Campus, 2202 W. Anklam Road.

Will I get my motorcycle license after taking the class?
If you successfully complete both the written and riding skills tests, you will be issued an Arizona Motor Vehicle Department (MVD) Driver Education Program Certificate of Completion. No additional testing is required for the motorcycle endorsement. Take the motorcycle program certificate of completion and $7 to the MVD. The motorcycle endorsement will be added to your Arizona driver's license.

If you are under 18, the MVD will not issue a motorcycle endorsement until you have had a motorcycle permit for six months. The Arizona MVD Driver Education Program Certificate of Completion is good for six months; if you do not have a motorcycle permit prior to taking the BRC or ABC, we recommend you obtain one immediately after completing the class.

Dirt Bike School does not prepare the participant for licensure.