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The Northern Illinois University Motorcycle Safety Project offers FREE motorcycle rider education courses at 11 locations throughout Northern Illinois. There is a $20 refundable deposit (plus $3 handling fee) required for pre-registration. Although a course may show that it is "SOLD OUT" we do take walk-in registrations in all of our courses. Please read about that process on the Registration page.

IMPORTANT MESSAGES:

****Click HERE for a Google map which shows all of our locations and has classroom location information.****

****There are a large number of open spaces for walk-in students this weekend at the James A. Lovell Federal Healthcare Center in North Chicago! Classes start at 6PM. Click the link above for a Google Map for specific training site and classroom location information.****

****The classroom location at McHenry County College has been moved from E117 to B178 until after August 31, a map of the MCC campus can be found at the following URL  http://www.mchenry.edu/maps/index.asp****

Training Courses

Click a link below for more information about each course including rider gear requirements.

License Testing Waiver Courses:

Basic RiderCourseSM (BRC)

Intermediate RiderCourseSM (IRC)

Riding Skill Improvement Courses:

Basic RiderCourse2SM/Experienced RiderCourse (BRC2/ERC)

We will be conducting a Three Wheeled motorcycle course at College of Lake County, see HERE for more information and see the BRC2 registration page to register!

Advanced RiderCourseSM (ARC)

RiderCoachSM Preparation

Training to help earn a RiderCoachSM credential


For questions about RiderCourses not related to registration please email: MotorcycleSafety@niu.edu

Course Registration

You must be an Illinois resident to register.

Visit the Registration page to find a course at a location near you:

Unfortunately, we will not be conducting courses at Waubonsee Community College due to several large construction projects on their campus.  To compensate for that we have increased the number of courses at our other training locations.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.