-Motorcycle Safety Foundation
Whether you’re new to riding or an experienced rider, rider skills training could save your life.
Through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s rider skills courses, you will learn life-saving crash avoidance skills and mental strategies. There are courses for new riders, experienced riders, returning riders, three-wheel riders and advanced riders. Some motorcycle dealers offer their own classes, just make sure that they use a Motorcycle Safety Foundation curriculum.
The following is a list of local courses we recommend:
Locations: Cedar City, Hurricane, Moab, South Ogden, Salt Lake, and West Jordan
Returning Rider $125
Women Only $200
Advanced Riders—Sportbike Riders $125
Three-Wheel Basic $225
Registration: Online registration now available! Go to https://motorcycle.spedregistration.com
Contact: Dan Terry 801-957-5200 or 801-400-5447
Locations: Salt Lake, Ogden and Lehi
Active Duty military $160
Ultimate Bike Bonding $70
Weekday Evenings schedule is typically offered late April – August, when the days are longer.
Private courses that have flexible scheduling during our season. If you're interested please contact Utah Rider Ed.
Additionally, Utah Rider Ed offers a $40 gas discount for classes in Ogden that would apply to those traveling from Salt Lake City or further south, let them know if you are interested.
Private and group instruction available
Contact: 801-394-6564 or 888-RIDE-UT1 or 888-743-3881 or UtahRiderEd@gmail.com
The Utah SBA offers an Advanced Rider Training (ART) program. ARTs are non-competitive, track-based classes that teach motorcycle control, proficiency and smoothness by providing lots of hands-on track time and high-quality, individual instruction. The classes are meant to be an unintimidating introduction to spirited riding in the safest possible environment, and a place to take your riding skills to the next level. These classes will not allow you to waive the skills test portion of your Utah motorcycle endorsement.
Courses: Advanced Rider Training $225
These schools are not for beginning riders and have very specific equipment requirements. Please read about them here.
Contact: Carol 435-652-7664 or Lisa 435-652-7663
Schedule: Basic rider course spring schedule or Experienced rider course spring schedule
You can learn more about rider training by calling 800-532-7961.