3-wheel Motorcycle Endorsement Courses
WMST 3-wheel motorcycle endorsement training is an 8-hour course for new riders or riders new to riding 3-wheel motorcycles. This course will progress from basic riding skills to street strategies and includes Washington DOL approved 3-wheel endorsement knowledge and skills testing. This course includes 3 hours of in class training and 5 hours of hands-on skills training
designed to help you successfully pass the Washington DOL knowledge and skills
exams to receive your 3-wheel endorsement.
Required riding gear:
- A helmet that meets DOT standards
- Long jeans or heavier material pants with no rips, tears or holes.
- Long sleeve shirt or jacket that is weather appropriate.
- Eye protection such as glasses, sunglasses, safety glasses or goggles.
- Sturdy boots that cover the ankle with no more than a 1-inch heel.
- Gloves that cover the entire hand.
If you would like WMST to provide a trike or sidecar rig for your 3-wheel endorsement course, email the office at email@example.com to let us know so that we have one available for you.
If you plan to use your own 3-wheel motorcycle, trike, or sidecar rig instead of using one of ours it must pass a safety inspection that the instructors will perform at the beginning
of the riding portion of the course. You will be asked to provide proof of ownership and show that you are insured on the 3-wheel motorcycle you plan to ride. It must be street legal, meaning all required equipment is functional, all connections are properly tightened, and it must be registered with license plates on it. If your course is in Silverdale, you must also have a stock exhaust system to comply with noise restrictions.
Cancellation & Reschedule Policy
WMST’s 3-wheel endorsement training is offered in partnership with the Can-Am Rider Education Program and is subject to the Can-Am cancellation and rescheduling policy. While our staff will do as much as possible to help you learn to ride safely, we cannot guarantee that you will learn to ride or that you will pass the written and riding exams that are required to successfully complete this class.
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