To learn how to ride a motorcycle in Hawaii, enroll at Leeward Community College, a motorcycle riding school that offers the time-proven curriculum of Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
University of Hawaii/ Leeward Community College (http://www.ocewd.org/)
The mission of the Office of Continuing Education and Workforce Development (OCEWD) of Leeward Community College is to strengthen economic development and enhance the quality of life.
Leeward Community College offers the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s Basic Rider Course (BRC) Hawaii Edition and the Basic Rider Course 2 – Skills Practice, commonly known as the Experienced Rider Course 2 (ERC). This course was approved by the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) for Motorcycle Rider Education. The Basic Rider Course 2 is designed to provide current motorcyclists a lifelong opportunity for rider education and training.
In order to be admitted to the Basic Rider course 2, students must be licensed riders who have successfully completed the BRC or possess basic riding skills. The course includes both classroom instruction and riding exercises in a controlled environment. It gives emphasis on safety, skill development. Please click here for more information on the ERC course at Leeward Community College. Or visit this page http://www.ocewd.org/public/ms2000.html to learn more about the Basic Rider Course.
Aside from the BRC and ERC, the LCC also offer the following courses:
They have different training locations all over the state.
Kauai Vidinha Stadium in Lihue City – (808) 455-0477
Maui College in Maui City – (808) 455-0477
25th ID (L) & Usaraw Motorcycle Safety in Wheeler Army Airfield
This is the primary motorcycle riding school in the state of Hawaii.
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