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Tuition, Fees, and Discounts

Tuition, Fees, and Discounts

All students must pay a $50.00 non-refundable registration fee.

  • The Basic Rider Skills (BRS) assumes you know nothing about motorcycles. It consists of 16 hours of instruction: four hours in the classroom and 12 hours riding a motorcycle under the supervision of trained instructors.
  • The Basic Rider Skills for the Returning Rider (BRS-RR) is for those over 18 years old who have ridden previously or have had a temporary permit for over one year. It is a one-day course: 2 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours riding a motorcycle, under the supervision of trained instructors.
  • Take the Basic Rider Skills 2 (BRS-2) as an early-season refresher, to bond with that new-to-you motorcycle, or to gain experience and improve control while riding with a passenger. It is a 7-hour, one day, range-only course, under the supervision of trained instructors.

Tuition Reimbursement / Discounts

Some insurance companies offer discounts to riders who have successfully completed a rider education course. Contact your insurance agent for more information. 

These manufacturers offer incentives to riders. Motorcycle Ohio is not affiliated with, nor endorses any manufacturer. Any questions about reimbursement must be directed to the manufacturer.

  • American Suzuki offers $50 to any first-time Basic Rider or Experienced Rider course graduate who also purchases a new, street-legal Suzuki motorcycle. Requests for reimbursement must be accompanied by verification of course completion up to six months before or after the bike purchase.
  • BMW offers full tuition reimbursement with the purchase of a new, street-legal BMW motorcycle, regardless of model year. Training must be completed either six months prior to or six months after the purchase.
  • Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) members who complete Basic Rider and Experienced Rider courses can receive up to $50 in H.O.G. bonus coupons. Requests for reimbursement must be made within three months of the course date.
  • Honda Riders Club of America (H.R.C.A.) offers a maximum of $75 reimbursement to members. Some limitations apply.
  • Hyosung Motors is offering $300 off a new motorcycle for taking the Motorcycle Ohio safety course. For more information, visit www.hyosungmotorsusa.com.
  • Independent Motorsports of Columbus, OH offers $50.00 toward the purchase of any in-stock motorcycle to any first-time Basic Rider or Experienced Rider course graduate. Please check www.indmoto.com or call (614) 917-1350 for more information.
  • Kawasaki Good Times Owners Club will reimburse $50 to members for completing the Basic Rider or Experienced Rider course. Reimbursement is in the form of Good Times Owners Club Bucks to use towards an accessories purchase at a dealer near you.
  • Yamaha offers a $50 U.S. Savings Bond to Basic Rider or Experienced Rider course graduates who purchase a new, street-legal Yamaha, regardless of model year. Training must be completed within six months of purchase.