Spring - Summer - Fall Schedules

Classes are now done for the 2014 season.  Please check back in March 2015 to see the dates for classes scheduled for spring/summer of 2015.


Registration will be available at these campuses:

Antigo Campus
715.623.7601 Ext. 7700

Medford Campus
715.748.3603, Ext. 7100

Phillips Campus
715.339.4555, Ext. 7600

Wausau Campus
715.675.3331, Ext. 5861

Spencer Campus

Basic Rider Course

The 16-hour Basic Motorcycle Rider course is designed for beginning riders and was developed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF). Instructors are certified by the MSF and Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT). It is taught off-street, out of traffic, and motorcycles and helmets are provided. The course consists of 6 hours of classroom and 10 hours of on-cycle instruction. The Basic Rider Course covers preparing to ride, turning, shifting and braking, street strategies, special situations, increasing riding skills, maintenance and insurance. 

Almost all motorcycling groups recommend that you begin riding your motorcycle by taking a basic rider course. As an added advantage, successful completion of the basic course will qualify you for the class M (motorcycle) operators license without an additional Motorcycle in Traffic skill test. Trainees are provided with a helmet and a motorcycle for use during the course.

Improving Riding Skills

Basic Rider Course 2

This course is for riders who already possess basic riding skills and are either returning to riding or are seeking a refresher course to practice and renew basic riding skills. The course includes approximately three hours of classroom and five hours of on-cycle riding exercises. Students must use their own motorcycle. Student must provide proof of insurance and be named on the policy. Motorcycle must pass T-CLOCS inspection and be signed off by a Rider Coach.

Advanced Rider Course (ARC)

This course is for experienced or seasoned riders who wish to enhance their personal risk management, sharpen their perception and hazard awareness and improve their cornering, braking and crash avoidance skills. The course consists of approximately three-plus hours of classroom instruction and five-plus hours of on-cycle riding in a controlled environment.

Classes are offered beginning mid-April and run through mid-October at the NTC Antigo, Wausau, Spencer, Phillips and Medford campuses. For more information or to register for a class, call 715.675.3331, Ext. 5861.


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