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This 5 minute video from the Missouri Safety Foundation describes the different aspects of motorcycling.

Monday to Friday
8:30 - 4:00 p.m

Office Location

MCC-Maple Woods
Learning Resources Building
First Floor, LR 102
2601 N.E. Barry Road
Kansas City, MO 64156

Phone: 816.604.3011
Fax: 816.437.3484

Enrollment Information

Registrations for the 2017 Motorcycle Safety Training season opening February 1, 2017. To see the full schedule see the calendar lower on this page.  To enroll click the blue button on the right side of the page.  If you have questions please call 816.604.3011.

MCC-Maple Woods offers training courses for riders of all ability levels. From the true novice to empty-nesters wanting to get back in the saddle to dusty road warriors; there is a class for you.

Introductory Motorcycle Experience

This 2-hour introductory course is designed for the true novice rider who would like extra one-on-one attention. Classes are restricted to novice riders and provide a safe, low-stress environment for asking questions and getting extra time on the basics of motorcycle operation.

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Basic Riders Course

Learn to ride and ride more safely. This course is designed for the beginner and re-entry motorcyclist of all ages with step-by-step coaching from MSF and MMSP certified trainers. Motorcycles are provided so you can learn to ride before spending thousands.

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BRC2 - Basic Rider's Course 2

Fine tune your riding skills. Help break bad habits. Or, just shake off the cobwebs with the MSF BRC2. This one-day course is geared towards the rider with at least 1,000 miles or one year of riding experience.

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TCARC - Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic

In today's age of high-horsepower superbikes, large-displacement cruisers and super-heavy-weight tourers,riding skills are more important than ever for safe fun motorcycling. Unfortunately for experienced riders, there is a large gap between the BRC2 and the many racetrack schools across the nation/ Fortunately, Lee Parks' Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic (Total Control ARC) has a solution for those experienced riders 'caught in the middle', as well as those track-day junkies and racers who want to be able to further enhance their skills in a controlled environment with expert instruction.

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BLMRA-Blue Line Motorcycle Riding Academy

You've taken a beginner's riders course and have gotten your own bike. Now what? Perhaps you've been riding your big touring bike for sometime and you and/or your passenger just don't feel as confident as you'd like. The advanced riding skills needed to maneuver today's large cruisers and touring bikes are more important than ever for safe and fun motorcycling. Many so called "advanced" courses offer very little to improving the beginner rider and do even less to correct bad habits of many experienced riders. Do you marvel when you see a motorcycle cop making a tight U-turn on a big police cruiser? Have you seen an internet video of a motor cop effortlessly riding thru as sea of orange cones and said, "I wish I could ride like that?" Blue Line Motorcycle Riding Academy was created by a police motorcycle instructor with over 25 yrs. of experience in training Police motorcycle officers and civilians, to give civilians the chance to learn the same techniques the Motor Cops have been using for decades.

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Refund Policy

You must cancel 7 business days before the first day of the class to receive a full refund minus a $5.00 processing fee; otherwise your registration fee is forfeited. If there is space available in another class, you may transfer your registration no later than 7 full BUSINESS days before the first day of class. The option to transfer your registration is available one time only. No refund of tuition will be granted for incompletion of a class whether the instructor determines the student has not met requirements to complete the class or if the student voluntarily decides to leave the class.

Last Modified: 2/6/17