How do I Choose a Class?
If you have never ridden a motorcycle and would like some extra time and attention while learning the basics of motorcycle controls and operation the KickStart for Beginners class is right for you. This low stress class will get you ready to jump into the Basic Rider Course with confidence.
If you haven't ridden a motorcycle or haven't ridden in a number of years, but can ride a bicycle and drive a manual transmission vehicle with ease, the Basic Rider Course is for you. We'll get you started right. The BRC is a Washington State Endorsement qualifying course.Women's Only Basic Rider Courses are offered monthly, don't delay book today.
If you have at least 3-6 months experience with riding motorcycles, on or off-road, and need to get your endorsement the Intermediate Rider Training is for you. The IRT is a condensed Washington State Endorsement qualifying course, taken on our bikes.
WMST offers an On Street Course that offers excellent personal attention on the road to increase your hazard awareness and traffic strategy skills! Private Coaching is available on a limited basis for riders who want a training program tailored to their needs.
We also offer some custom classes to meet your group or club’s needs. Please contact us for more information.
For TRIKE or sidecar class info visit Washington State DOL website. Please note it is illegal to ride on the road without having a valid permit or endorsement to and from a scheduled testing session.
Washington Motorcycle Safety Training's classrooms are located at Everett Power Sports, Cycle Barn, Lynnwood and at our main office. Our training sites for the riding portion of our courses take place at two locations in Everett, so if you live North, South, East, and west of Everett you’re not far away from one of WMST's classes.
Taking and passing the written knowledge test is not a permit, you still need to go to the DOL to obtain your permit. Your permit is not a Motorcycle Endorsement on your Drivers License. You must pass the written knowledge and practical skills test and then go to the DOL to get your Motorcycel Endorsement.