Thank you for your interest in Montgomery College’s Motorcycle Safety Program, approved by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. We offer the BRC (Basic Rider Course) for beginning riders seeking to get licensed, ABRC (Alternate Basic Rider Course) for experienced riders seeking to get licensed, and the BRC 2 (Basic Rider Course 2) - previously ERC: Experienced Rider Course, for experienced riders needing skill enhancements. See Which Course is Right for You? for more information on the three courses. The Motorcycle Schedule provides more information about the class schedules, times, dates, and costs for the classes.
Motorcycle Registration will now operate as open enrollment permitting web, fax, mail, and in-person registrations. Students may register at any WD&CE Customer Service Office. See Registration Information, Options and Policies for more information on Customer Service locations and information on how to register by Web. For further information about registration procedures and other frequently asked questions please visit Motorcycle Safety FAQs.
A standby lottery is available for Motorcycle classes. See the Motorcycle FAQs - Standby Lottery, page for more details.
An article on the pros and cons of motorcycles:
Ready to Rumble, With Care
U.S. Officials Seek Mandatory Helmet, Training Rules as Biker Deaths Rise
by Christian Davenport, Washington Post Staff Writer, Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Where are the classes held?
Classroom location (BRC, Day 1): Montgomery College, Gaithersburg Business Training Center (GBTC *map), 12 South Summit Ave. 4th Floor, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877 or a classroom at Montgomery College, Rockville Campus, Rockville, Maryland 20850, see map.
Range Location (ABRC and BRC 2, Day 1): 14 Firstfield Road (map), Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877. And Montgomery College, 5
What are the students saying?
- The Instructors identified weaknesses and told us the proper prodedure.
- Detailed instructions and good examples for road exercises.
- The Instructors were very detailed and coached each individual to make sure expectations were met.
Contact Information for Motorcycle:
Motorcycle Hotline Phone: 240-567-1864, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, fax: 240-567-1877,
Training Center Manager Shaun Anderson, email@example.com