Motorcycle Safety Is Our #1 Priority

Motorcycle Safety Is Our #1 Priority

Register for a motorcycle riding course in Scarborough and Auburn, ME

You can finally take your new motorcycle out on the open road after you complete and pass a motorcycle riding course at Auburn Lewiston Driver Rider Education. We offer a variety of courses at our two class locations.

You must be at least 16 years old to take a riding course in Auburn, ME. You'll also need to wear proper attire, including:

  • Department of Transportation (DOT)-approved helmet
  • Above-the-ankle footwear with minimal heel height
  • Full-fingered gloves
  • Long-sleeve shirt
  • Jeans or leather pants
  • Eye protection

Fieldwork will proceed rain or shine. In order to obtain your rider's license, you must attend all class sessions and complete a written test and field exam. Sign up for a course today.

Are you an experienced rider trying to reduce your insurance premium? Ask about our motorcycle safety course.

Take a look at our classes

When you apply for a motorcycle riding course at Auburn Lewiston Driver Rider Education in Auburn, Maine, you can choose from three different course options:

  • Basic Rider Course (BRC)-the BRC is a combination of classroom learning and hands-on training. Within this two-day program, you'll learn how to ride and handle a motorcycle safely. After completing and passing the BRC, you will receive your rider's license.
  • Harley-Davidson Rider Academy course-this course combines classroom instruction and range riding. We'll provide a motorcycle for you to use during class. You'll learn from instructors who are certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and Harley-Davidson's Riding Academy. After passing this course, you'll receive a Riding Academy Completion Certificate and MSF Rider Course Completion Card, which can qualify you for discounts on motorcycle insurance.
  • Experienced Rider Course (ERC)-during the ERC, students discuss safe riding, managing risk, increasing visibility and optimizing lane position. The ERC also includes an optional skill evaluation and knowledge test. The ERC is a half-day rider course. You'll use your own motorcycle and helmet. When you complete the course, you'll qualify for insurance premium discounts with some insurers. This course costs $125 with a $75 deposit.

Get in touch with us today to talk to a member of our staff. We'll help you decide which motorcycle riding course makes the most sense for you.