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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU REGISTER.

Saddleback Rider Training is committed to bringing you a positive and supportive experience and doing everything we can to ensure your success. However, not every student will successfully complete the California Motorcycle Safety Program course. If you cannot meet the performance objectives or if you pose a safety risk to yourself or others, an instructor may counsel you out of the course. Please note: Once the course has begun, there are no refunds.

Come Prepared!

TO PARTICIPATE

Before registering, please note:

  • You must be competent riding a bicycle before attempting to ride a motorcycle.
  • You must be able to touch the ground with both feet when seated on your motorcycle or one of our fleet bikes.
  • You must have a valid California Driver’s License or a valid government-issued identification card.
  • You must be physically fit to perform mild to intermediate physical activity for up to five hours.
  • If you are under 18, a parent or legal guardian must be present to sign a waiver prior to the start of the first classroom session.

GEAR

You will NOT be permitted to participate in riding sessions without proper protective riding gear.

  • Bike: Provided. Alternately, you may also bring your own scooter or motorcycle under 500cc.
  • Helmet: Provided. Alternately, you may also bring your own DOT-approved helmet (full-face recommended).
  • Eye Protection: Three-quarter helmets (without face shield) require prescription glasses, goggles, or sunglasses.
  • Boots: Sturdy over-the-ankle boots or high-top shoes that cover the ankle.
  • Gloves: Full-fingered motorcycle-specific gloves. No fingerless, motocross or mechanics’ gloves.
  • Jacket: Long-sleeved, made of sturdy fabric. Motorcycle-specific jacket with armor recommended (required for Intermediate course).
  • Pants: Kevlar jeans, jeans, chaps, racing leathers or textile. No “fashion” jeans, flares or holes, please.

WEATHER

Weather will play a part in your motorcycle training class. On hot days, please come prepared to avoid overheating and dehydration. 

Dress in lighter colors and make sure your clothing allows adequate ventilation. We will rarely cancel due to weather, so be prepared to ride in heat, cold and rain.

Please be cognizant of the weather and your individual needs. Come prepared with:

  • Sunscreen
  • Multiple layers of clothing  for cold weather
  • Motorcycle-specific rain gear as necessary
  • Cold packs, evaporation neckband or cooling vest for hot weather

POLICIES

IMPORTANT

  • You may participate in riding sessions ONLY with proper protective riding gear.
  • Please be punctual. Arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of your session. All sessions start on time; you will not be admitted after class begins.
  • You MUST have a valid California Driver’s License OR valid government-issued identification card. If you are under 18, a parent or legal guardian must be present to sign a waiver prior to the start of the first classroom session.

CANCELLATION/RESCHEDULE POLICY

Rescheduling

  • If you reschedule your class within seven days of your ORIGINAL class start date, you forfeit a guaranteed spot.

    • You can return as a standby for any class at no charge. SRT cannot guarantee standby availability in a rescheduled class.
    • To reschedule for a specific date you must pay a rescheduling fee of $125. Please contact the office to reschedule into an available class.
  • If you are counseled out of the course by an instructor due to safety or skill development issues, you can retake the course at a later date as a standby at no additional fee.

  • SRT cannot guarantee standby availability in the class of your choice, but openings are frequently available. To reschedule for a specific date you must pay a rescheduling fee of $125.

  • If you do not attend, or arrive late, SRT will not charge you an additional fee to return as a standby.

  • It is your responsibility to call the office to determine standby availability. SRT personnel will not automatically call you to reschedule.

Enrollment Fee

Your enrollment fee is on file for one year from the date of your original class start date. If you do not complete the course within that time, your enrollment fee shall be considered forfeited.

Cancellations

You may receive a refund if the cancellation is made at least 7 days before the first class date. You will be charged a $50 processing fee for the cancellation.

REGISTER NOW

BASIC

California Motorcyclist Safety Program Motorcycle Training Course

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INTERMEDIATE

The IRC
Intermediate Riding Course

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