Lansing Community College

Registration for 2021 is now closed. Please check back in the spring of 2022 for new classes. For more information, please continue to scroll down the page. You can also check on the status of the program by calling our Motorcycle Safety Hotline at (517) 483-1033.

Basic Rider Course

For those who:
  • Have some or no experience
  • NEED a motorcycle endorsement
  • Are thinking about riding and would like to give it a try

(Courses opening continually-please check back often to find a space)

Experienced- Basic Rider Course 2

For those who:
  • Are already riding
  • NEED a motorcycle endorsement

(Courses opening continually-please check back often to find a space)


Advanced Rider Course

For those who:
  • HAVE a current motorcycle endorsement
  • Would like to build skills and become a better rider


Important things to know:

  • Students seeking a CY endorsement will receive a certificate of completion by email from the Michigan Rider Education Program upon successful completion of the Basic Rider Course or Experienced – Basic Rider Course 2. The certificate will provide further instructions to add the endorsement to the driver’s license.
  • All courses are $50, fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
  • A few days after your course registration you’ll receive an email from with a link and instructions to access your eCourse. Successful eCourse completion is required to pass the class.

Prepare for Your Class:

Get ready to ace your class, review some of the course information before you arrive!

Michigan Motorcycle Operator Manual
Michigan Motorcycle Laws Guide

Calendar of Events

Course Calendar


  • At least 15 years of age with a Stage 1 or higher valid Michigan Driver's License.
  • Ability to ride a bike.
  • Must be able to balance and support a two-wheeled motorcycle and operate manual hand and foot controls for shifting and braking.
  • Must sign a liability waiver. If under 18, a parent or guardian must sign the liability waiver.
  • Previous experience riding a motorcycle.

Certain classes will encourage participants to bring their own motorcycle for the course.

Additional Info

For additional info on Motorcycle Safety and course offerings, email or visit the Michigan SOS Motorcycle Safety website.

SOS Motorcycle Safety

Motorcycle Safety Course Info

Requirements: Participants must have the ability to ride a bicycle.

Instructors: Your class will be taught by Rider Coaches who are certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and have years of experience.

What We Supply: Motorcycles used in endorsement training and classroom materials

What You Will Need To Bring:

  • Face covering that covers nose and mouth
  • Valid Michigan Driver's License (minimum Level 1)
  • DOT-compliant or Snell-approved helmet (Required for all students to wear during the safety training course)
  • Eye protection
  • Long-sleeved shirt or jacket
  • Long, non-flare pants made of denim or equivalent or more durable material
  • Full fingered gloves (preferably leather)
  • Over the ankle boots (leather preferred over cloth or canvas – high-top sneakers are not allowed)
  • eCourse Certificate

Important Information

  • You will be dismissed from the course if you present a danger to your safety or the safety of others during any exercise or evaluation in the course.
  • You must have no medical conditions or mental or physical limitations that would affect your learning or your safety or the learning or safety of others.
  • You must have not used, or be under the influence of alcohol, prescription or non-prescription drugs or any other substance that could impair your performance in the course.
  • Sessions will be offered on a first come, first serve basis by registration with Lansing Community College. (We ride rain or shine)


Visit the Secretary of State Motorcycle Safety Program FAQ webpage for additional information.

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Interested in Becoming a Motorcycle Safety Foundation Certified Rider Coach?

If you are an experienced rider with good riding and communication skills, you may qualify to become a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) certified Rider Coach. Becoming an MSF Rider Coach is a great way to improve your own abilities while helping others to learn or enhance their riding skills.

To become an MSF certified Rider Coach you must, at a minimum:

  • Be 18 years of age or older.
  • Have a valid driver's license with a motorcycle (CY) endorsement.
  • Successfully complete a Rider Coach Preparation Course.
  • Have no more than six points on your driving record for moving violations during the 12 months before applying for approval as a Rider Coach.
  • Be sponsored by a Michigan Department of State approved public or private organization that offers rider safety training courses.

If you are interested in becoming a Rider Coach for Lansing Community College send an email of inquiry to Christina Lawrence at explaining your interest and qualifications.

West Campus main building at sunrise


For the latest registration information call the Motorcycle Safety Hotline at: 517-483-1033


Class Location Address:
LCC West Campus, rooms M124 & M124A
5708 Cornerstone Drive
Lansing, MI 48917

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