Kentucky Motorcycle Schools

Motorcycle Riding Schools in Kentucky

In Kentucky, these are some of the motorcycle riding schools that offer motorcycle riding courses to both new and skilled riders:

Balance Dynamics Motorcycle Training Center Inc. (http://www.bdmtc.com/)

If you want to learn how to ride a motorcycle, then train with the best! The Balance Dynamics in Georgetown and Walton, Kentucky offer Motorcycle Safety Foundations’ Basic Rider Course (BRC), Basic Rider Course2 (BRC 2) and the MSF DirtBike School programs to both novice and skilled riders. They have professional, certified and experienced instructors. According to their official website, they are the premier motorcycle training center, serving Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia and Tennessee. For more information call (859) 485-2925.

Eastern Kentucky University / Traffic Safety Institute

(http://www.tsi.eku.edu/kentucky-motorcycle-safety-program)


According to their official site, the Kentucky Motorcycle Program promotes safety by establishing rider training courses throughout the state, increasing the awareness of a motorcyclists’ knowledge of the effects of alcohol and drugs, developing driver improvement efforts, conducting program promotion activities, enhancing the public’s awareness of motorcycles and promoting motorcycle safety through proper education. The program was founded by the Transportation Cabinet’s Office of Highway Safety Programs from motorcyclist fees, motorcycle licenses, permits and registrations. For more information about the Motorcycle Rider Education at EUK, contact (859) 622-2236.

Four Rivers Harley-Davidson (brcerc@bcc.kgmr.org)

The Four Rivers Harley-Davidson in Paducah, Kentucky offers Basic RiderCourse which is recommended for all experience levels from the novice students to the very experienced riders with no formal training. According to their website, they provide classroom and on-cycle experiences to introduce basic motorcycle operation to the students and help develop street-riding strategies. Students who pass the BRC will be issued a waiver that will exempt the holder from the state road skill test and will receive motorcycle license upon presenting the appropriate course completion card to the licensing office.  For more information, call 270-450-1146.

KY Guards Motorcycle Riders
(http://www.kgmr.org/msf/)

They offer RiderCourses approved by the Motorcycle safety Foundation which are conducted at the Boone National Guard center/army Aviation Support Facility in Frankfort, Kentucky.  They offer basic RiderCourses for new riders and Experienced RiderCourses for those who want to enhance their skills. Instructions are given in classroom and on-cycle settings. For more information about the program or to schedule a course, contact them at brcerc@bcc.kgmr.org.

Morehead State University
(http://www2.moreheadstate.edu/oce/)

Morehead State University Continuing education offers the motorcycle riding program for new riders. It is managed through the Maysville Community and Technical College in Rowan Campus. For more information, please call 606-783-1538 or email mark.lambert@kctcs.edu.

The Garrison Safety Office
(http://www.knox.army.mil/)

According to their official website, the Garrison Safety Office in Fort Knox has the mission to assure the safety and health of America’s soldiers and civilian workers by setting and enforcing standards; providing training, outreach, and education; establishing partnerships, encouraging continual improvement in workplace safety and health. In line with this mission, it is also one of their goals to provide motorcycle training course for new and skilled motorcycle riders. They offer basic Riders Course, Experienced Riders Course and Military Sports Bike Rider Course which are approved by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. For more information, please contact 502-624-3141 / DSN 464-3141, 1-502-624-4303 or email knox.garrison.safety@conus.army.mil.

Western Kentucky University
(http://www.wku.edu/ce/services/adult-programs/motorcycle-rider-education/)

The WKU offers Motorcycle Rider Education for both novice and skilled riders under their Continuing Education program. They provide Basic Rider Course for non-riders, new riders or someone who wants a refresher course. While the basic Rider Course 2 is intended for individuals who have a current motorcycle license and have riding experience. All courses and instructors are approved and certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. For more information about the course and registration, call (270) 745-0111.

Wildcat Harley-Davidson
(http://www.wildcatharley.com/)

For those who want to learn how to ride a motorcycle or have not ridden for years and want to get back in the saddle,  Wildcat Harley-Davidson offers Riders Education Classes. You will be trained how to ride a Buell Blast motorcycle at the closed course of Wildcat Harley-Davidson. According to their site, the New Rider Course uses the proven curriculum of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s beginner Rider CoursesSM with a twist provided by the enthusiasts at Wildcat Harley. For more information on the program, contact Charlotte Sizemore at 606-862-5656 or send an email on charlotte.sizemore@wildcatharley.com.


These are some of the best motorcycle riding schools and training centers in the state of Kentucky.

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