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Motorcycle Rider Education

Extended Learning Services
  • Do you want to learn to ride a motorcycle? Try the Central Community College Motorcycle Rider Education Course, which provides the beginning rider with classroom and riding instruction taught by professional coaches.

    Motorcycle Training ImageCCC will provide motorcycles, helmets (if needed), manual for study and coupon for online eCourse.

    Student must have a valid driver’s license or learner’s permit and wear garments with long sleeves and long pants, shoes or boots with low heels that cover ankles, and gloves and eye protection.

    Requirements

    • $199 fee (in 2017)
    • Parental waiver for riders between 15 and 18
    • Certificate of completion for eCourse (a three-hour interactive program that is a prerequisite for the Basic Rider Course)
    • Attendance at all sessions
    • Passing score for riding and knowledge tests


    Rider Capability

    • All students must be physically and mentally capable of controlling a motorcycle.
    • All students must be able to balance a two-wheel vehicle such as a bicycle before beginning the on cycle course. The course is not designed to each someone to balance a single-track, two-wheel motorcycle.
    • In the event the instructors deem a rider to be a safety risk to self or other riders, he or she will be asked to step out of the class. There will be NO REFUND.


    Basic Rider Course Schedule

    Classes are generally held April through September and meet from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. For more information, contact the ELS Office:

    (402) 461-2441 
    Toll-free in Nebraska: 1-877-222-0780, ext. 2441
    Email: joybronson@cccneb.edu