St. Charles Park Ranger Division Motorcycle Training

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation is the internationally recognized developer of the comprehensive, research-based, Rider Education and Training System . RETS curricula promotes lifelong-learning for motorcyclists and continuous professional development for certified Rider Coaches and other trainers. MSF also actively participates in government relations, safety research, public awareness campaigns and the provision of technical assistance to state training and licensing programs.

Programs and Classes

  • The BRC RSS (Basic Rider Course Riding and Street Strategy) is ideal for both beginning and experienced riders. Approximately half classroom, half riding. Course progresses from basic controls and riding skills to street strategies, special situations, and accident avoidance maneuvers. Emphasis on personal responsibility and risk management... Read More
    The BRC RSS (Basic Rider Course Riding and Street Strategy) is ideal for both beginning and experienced riders. Approximately half classroom, half riding. Course progresses from basic controls and riding skills to street strategies, special situations, and accident avoidance maneuvers. Emphasis on personal responsibility and risk management. Students ride motorcycles furnished by University of Central Missouri.
  • The ERC is reserved for licensed riders with at least one year or 1000 miles of riding experience. Course builds on skills learned in the BRC RSS. Emphasis on perceptual skills, advanced maneuvers, and traction management.
  • If you’ve ever dreamed of an open road adventure, then the Can-Am Rider Education Program is your path to reality! Certified instructors will share their expertise for you to receive the training fundamentals required to successfully complete the course and obtain your 3-wheel motorcycle endorsement... Read More
    If you’ve ever dreamed of an open road adventure, then the Can-Am Rider Education Program is your path to reality! Certified instructors will share their expertise for you to receive the training fundamentals required to successfully complete the course and obtain your 3-wheel motorcycle endorsement. A Can-Am On-Road model will be provided for the duration of the course at no extra cost. In Missouri, both the knowledge test & skills test can be taken at your local riding school waiving the DMV requirements.
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