This six-hour course is for the licensed motorcyclist who wants to improve or refresh his or her skills. Classes are taught by both Motor Vehicle Administration and Motorcycle Safety Foundation certified instructors and held on AACC’s driving range, located on the Arnold campus. Individuals enrolling in this course must have a valid motorcycle license.
Check current seat availability by clicking course DRV-502 - Motorcycle Safety: Experienced. Course capacity/available seats is listed in the last column.
You must bring a copy of your driver's license or permit to walk in registration. You may register for open courses in person at the CALT building (room 115), by fax (410-777-4325), or by mail (AACC Continuing Education, 101 College Pkwy., Arnold, Md. 21012). Questions? Call 410-777-2325.
Course is $125 for in-county residents.
To enroll in this course, you must:
- Be an experienced rider. (Your ability to operate a motorcycle will be evaluated by instructors. Riders who cannot demonstrate minimum riding proficiency will not be allowed to continue and will need to consider enrolling in the Basic Rider Course. Riders who are not allowed to continue will not be eligible for a refund and will have to pay an additional fee to be enrolled in the Basic Rider Course.)
- Have your parents or guardians must sign a consent/release form, if you are under the age of 18
- Wear protective clothing including a DOT certified helmet, eye protection, long sleeves, medium- or heavy-weight long pants, full-fingered gloves and over-the-ankle footwear during the riding portion. Students are encouraged to bring their own helmets, but loan helmets are available. All helmets must be DOT certified, and in good condition with labeling intact. You will not be allowed to participate without the appropriate protective gear.
- Arrive within 10 minutes of the class start time and participate in all course sessions. Failure to do so will result in dismissal with no refunds.
- Provide your own motorcycle. Personal motorcycles must be street legal, in good operating condition, and capable of passing a pre-ride check. Motorcycles with sidecars, trikes or scooters may not be used.
To pass the course, riders must pass a skill test administered at the end of the course. Riders who pass will receive a Maryland Motorcycle Safety Program Completion Card.