Basic Rider Course
This Basic Rider Course is for anyone seeking a motorcycle license, this course meets the requirement of the state Motorcycle Rider Safety Course.
It is illegal in Rhode Island to ride a motorcycle without a motorcycle license or permit: DO NOT ride your motorcycle to classes or ranges. CCRI provides all training motorcycles.
- Complete the registration form. If you are younger than 18, you must submit the Minor Release Agreement form and possess an operator's license (full or provisional).
- If you miss or are required to retake a range, your instructor will give you a reschedule form. Please return this form and pay a $60 rescheduling fee at our CCRI Workforce office to receive your new range date.
- If you miss your first lecture class, you will be required to re-register and pay the $195/$295 course fee. (includes $10 non-refundable registration fee).
- To request special accommodations, e-mail Anthony Ricci at email@example.com. Please note, all information related to a student’s disability status is strictly confidential and the process may take 7-14 days.
Program and Safety Requirements
There are specific safety requirements of the Motorcycle Safety Program. Please review and bring the required material.
- Each student must successfully pass a written exam at the second lecture and a riding skills test at the second range session. Failure of the written or riding skills test will result in retesting at a later date. The riding skills retest costs $60. A second failure on the riding skills test may result in retaking the entire motorcycle safety program, based on the recommendation of the instructor.
- You must apply for your permit at the DMV within six months of receiving your certificate of completion. If your certificate expires and you have taken the test in the last 12 months, you can take a riding skills retest for $60. If it has been more than one year, you must complete the entire course again.
- If you do not complete all hours (16.5) successfully within the program year which ends October 31, you must re-register, pay full course fees, and take the entire class in the next year. There are no exceptions.
- See the DMV website for more information about Motorcycle Licenses.
Please print and complete the following Registration Form and return to a CCRI Workforce office.
Please visit the Motorcycle Instructor Resources page for teaching resources.
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