Records at Hutchinson Community College

Motorcycle Safety Education

Purpose

The purpose of the Motorcycle Safety program at Hutchinson Community College is to provide a service to the public. The State of Kansas and the college provide this service to Hutchinson and the surrounding areas.  Students must be at least 15 yrs of age with a driver's license learner's permit to qualify for this course through HutchCC.

Benefits

This program features the following benefits:

  • Classes for beginning and experienced riders
  • Classroom and range instruction
  • May qualify for insurance discount
  • United States Armed Forces approved
  • Motorcycle Safety Foundation approved curriculum
  • Motorcycle and helmets are provided (you may bring your own DOT approved helmet)
  • Classes conveniently offered over a one-weekend format

Course Expectations

In order to successfully complete this course it is required that the course participant be able to balance a two-wheel vehicle, such as a bicycle, before beginning the on-cycle lessons. It is also important to not only be healthy, but to have enough fitness, strength and coordination to learn well and manage the physical demands of riding a motorcycle.

Cost: $215

Additional Information

  • The safety clothing required for this class are: long pants, long sleeve shirt, full-fingered gloves, boots or shoes above the ankle and eye protection (eye glasses or sunglasses).
  • Please plan to arrive at 5:45 PM on Friday evening to check in. Classes begin promptly at 6:00 PM and end at 10:00 PM. There are 8 hours of instruction on Saturday and Sunday, for a minimum of 20 hours of instruction.
  • Students must be punctual and attend all sessions in order to complete the class.
  • Lunch will be provided on Saturday and Sunday.

Dates

2022 Motorcycle Class dates coming soon!

 

Contact Details

TAMMY PAYNE
paynet@hutchcc.edu
620-665-3550
1-888-GO-HUTCH