Basic Three-Wheel Motorcycle Rider Education

 

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Do you want to learn to ride a three-wheel motorcycle? Try the Central Community College Three-Wheel Motorcycle Rider Education Course, which provides the beginning rider with classroom and riding instruction taught by professional coaches.

CCC will provide:

  • Can-Am Ryker or Spyder three-wheel motorcycles. Call 402-461-2441 if you want to bring your own motorcycle.
  • Helmets, if needed.
  • Manual.

Each student must:

  • Have a valid driver’s license or learner’s permit.
  • Pay the $99 fee.
  • Provide a parental waiver for riders between 15 and 18 years of age.
  • Wear long-sleeved garments, long pants, shoes or boots with low heels that cover the ankles, gloves and eye protection.
  • Attend all sessions.
  • Receive a passing score for riding and knowledge tests.

Enroll Online

Rider Capability

  • All students must be physically and mentally capable of controlling a motorcycle.
  • If the instructors deem a rider to be a safety risk to themselves or other riders, he or she will be asked to step out of the class. There will be NO REFUND.

Benefits

  • DMV Waiver of the written and riding test when applying for motorcycle endorsement with a Z restriction for only three-wheel operation
  • Possible insurance rate reductions
  • Improved riding skills for your own safety

Registration

  • Register EARLY! Classes fill weeks in advance.
  • A change of class date may be possible, pending availability of seats. This request must be made by the Monday immediately prior to your scheduled class.

2020 Can-Am Spyder Rider Schedule

Classes 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.

  • April 4-5, 19/NC AVOR 5151 CH130
  • May 2-3, 19/NC AVOR 5151 CH131
  • June 13-14, 19/NC AVOR 5151 CH132
  • July 11-12, 20/NC AVOR 5151 CH107
  • Aug. 8-9, 20/NC AVOR 5151 CH108
  • Sept. 19-20, 20/NC AVOR 5151 CH109
  • Oct. 10-11, 20/NC AVOR 5151 CH110

For more information, call 402-461-2441 or email joybronson@cccneb.edu