All classes subject to minimum enrollment. Prices shown below are effective January 1, 2019.
You must provide eye protection, over the ankle boots (most work type boots and hiking boots work well, but canvas high-top sneakers will not be accepted), full-fingered canvas or leather gloves, long pants and long sleeves, helmet (loaner helmets are available). Until further notice, all students and instructors must wear masks (not provided). 


  1. All classes are subject to minimum enrollment. 
  2. Classes may be cancelled due to inclement weather. In the event of a weather cancellation, you will be offered your choice of a free reschedule or a full refund. 
  3. There is no charge for rescheduling or canceling your class if the request is made at least two business days prior to the class start.
  4. Reschedules or cancellations with less than two business day notice will require a fee. (See #5)
  5. If you do not arrive on time for all class sessions, do not show up for class, arrive unprepared (see required items for class) or leave, or are asked to leave, for any reason, you have forfeited your tuition. There will be a fee to reschedule. Effective June 28, 2021, that fee will be $75.00 for a 2-day class and $40 for a 1-day class. Our instructors/site admins are paid whether you show up or not. The reschedule fee is used to pay those expenses.  If a refund is requested, the appropriate fee will be deducted. 
  6. Attendance does not guarantee successful completion.
  7. Students wishing to use a scooter (automatic) MUST notify the office at least one week prior to class. Failure to do so may result in no scooter being available for your class. 
  8. Upon successful completion, which includes passing both the written and riding skills tests when applicable, students will receive a completion card/certificate.
  9. If payment is not made at time of registration, it must be received no later than three (3) business days prior to the beginning of class or your reservation could be cancelled. In some instances, such as a wait list of students wanting to register, you may be required to pay earlier. 
  10. Students are required to sign  waiver(s) upon entry to class. Currently there are two waivers: the standard MSF Waiver and the new MSF Covid-19 Waiver. Please review the sample waivers prior to attending class (‘official’ waivers contain the same language but are training site specific). A parent or adult guardian must sign for students under the age of 18. IF THE PARENT IS NOT ABLE TO APPEAR & SIGN IN PERSON, THE WAIVERS MUST BE SIGNED BEFORE A NOTARY.  Failure to follow this procedure will result in your child being dismissed from class. 
  11. Students who fail and wish to re-take the course will be charged at a rate no more than half the cost of the original class, provided the student reschedules within six months of the original class. The portion of the class the student is asked to repeat is based on instructors’ recommendation. There are no refunds for a failed class.

Prerequisites: Valid drivers license or permit. You MUST present your drivers license the first day of class. This course is designed for beginner or new riders who are interested in learning to ride skillfully and safely. A good sense of balance is required (must have recent bicycle experience). Approximately 70% of the course is on-cycle instruction. Motorcycles are supplied for this course and helmets are provided if needed. Half or “shorty” helmets are not recommended as they may put the user at unnecessary additional risk. You will learn everything from mounting to maximum braking and swerving. Upon successful completion of the course the riding and written portion of the Colorado motorcycle license test will be waived. Many insurance companies offer a discount to graduates of this course. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation and Colorado State Patrol certify this course. Refunds may be made to those who withdraw 48 hours prior to the first class session. There will be a $5 processing fee for withdrawals. Rain dates will be announced by the instructor. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early for each class session. Maximum of 12 participants per section. We provide the motorcycle and a helmet if you do not have one.


Students may still take the course with an out-of-state license. The following two memo links will clarify steps to obtain a new Colorado license. These steps must be completed prior to attending class. After obtaining the code, please email to or call 303-789-3264

  1. MOST PreRegistration Steps
  2. Steps for Out of State License Holders

Prerequisites: Valid drivers license or permit. Recent and significant riding experience. This approximately 8 hour course is designed for riders who do not as yet possess a motorcycle endorsement on their drivers license. This is not a beginners course. Motorcycles are supplied for this course.  Use of participants personal motorcycle (less than 350cc and street legal) is optional at some locations. (A valid motorcycle learners permit, proof of insurance and registration is required if the course is conducted on participants personal motorcycle.) This course includes both a written test and a riding test. Participants who successfully complete this course will receive a completion certificate which waives further testing with the Colorado DMV for a motorcycle endorsement. We provide the motorcycle and a helmet if you do not have one. The new MSF curriculum for the BRC2LW requires a pre-course online assignment. There is no additional charge for this e-course. When you’ve completed your registration, you will be sent a link to the course. Please pay careful attention to the information that is emailed to you by either ABATE or the MSF registration system.  Failure to follow instructions will result in an automatic failure and a forfeiture of your tuition.


Students may still take the course with an out-of-state license. The following two memo links will clarify steps to obtain a new Colorado license. These steps must be completed prior to attending class. After obtaining the code, please email to or call 303-789-3264

  1. MOST PreRegistration Steps
  2. Steps for Out of State License Holders

This approximately 5-hr course is for experienced riders. There is no formal classroom and the riding exercises focus on limited-space maneuvers, modeled after police training courses. Through progressively challenging exercises, you develop smooth and precise control and learn more about the limits of your abilities and your bike’s capability. You must bring a valid motorcycle permit/license endorsement, and an insured/registered/street-legal motorcycle.


Sharpen your slow riding skills and you will greatly improve your overall skills. The ABATE Police Style Riding was developed and is presented by former police motor officer/trainer Don “Top” Gunn and concentrates on the low-speed maneuvers taught to police officers for the purposes of increasing riding proficiency as well as confidence. Learn to operate a motorcycle at its limits with emphasis on turning in the smallest area, use of transmission clutch and brakes for the highest level of control, and practice maximum braking and brake-and-escape maneuvers. Smaller-sized training bikes are used the first day of this two-day course. Students are encouraged to use their own (safe street-legal) bike on the second day. Requirements: A valid drivers license with motorcycle endorsement, your own street legal motorcycle with current registration and proof of insurance. – Course is 2 days


Directions to Training Locations

Arapahoe Community College, 5900 S. Santa Fe, Littleton, CO. Take Santa Fe to Church St. (just south of Bowles). Turn East (left from the North, right from the South) on Church and park in the lot. Report to classroom 1640 in the main hallway of the main building.

Aurora Public Schools Bus Garage at 84 Airport Blvd, Aurora. From Airport Blvd. go East on Centretech to the stop sign and make a right. Go to the warehouse and park. Walk through the gate to the tower. Classroom is in the tower.

Colorado Mountain College, 107 Denison Placer Rd, Breckenridge 80424. CMC is between Continental Court & Highway 9, cross street is Coyne Valley Road.

Front Range Community College, Larimer Campus, 4616 S. Shields St., Ft. Collins, CO 80526 (Near Harmony Road between Shields St and Hwy 287). CLASSROOM: PLEASE SEE CONFIRMATION.

Morgan Community College, 920 Barlow Rd., Fort Morgan, CO. Directions from I-76: Exit 82 toward Fort Morgan. Turn South on Barlow Road and continue to the college. Use the North entrance and park on the North side of the building. Class meets in the Elm Building.

Red Rocks Community College, 13300 W. 6th Ave, Lakewood. Take the Union Ave. exit of off 6th Ave., go south. Turn right at the next street (4th) and then another right on VanGordon. This is the 6th Ave Frontage road which will take you to the main entrance of Red Rocks Community College (Arbutus Street). Turn south at the stoplight and follow Arbutus St. to the roundabout. Go through the roundabout and take the second turn (Campus Loop) to South Forty. (Look for the South Entrance sign). Follow South Forty until the 3-way stop. Make a right and park in the parking lot. Meet at the sheds in the training parking lot.

Sterling Airport. Take Main Street west to the airport. Turn in and park in front of the Terminal building. The classroom is inside the Terminal building.


Call 303-789-3264 to Register or email for a discount code.



Gift Certificates may be purchased for any of our training courses either in person or by calling our office (303-789-3264).

Gift certificates are non-refundable and are valid for one year after purchase.



Judi Purcell was an avid motorcyclist and loved teaching others to share her enthusiasm for riding. After we lost Judi to a serious illness in November 2002, the ABATE State Board of Directors voted to create a scholarship to honor her years of helping others learn to ride. Judi’s memory lives on in those who benefit from this scholarship.

ABATE awards four scholarships per year, quarterly. Applicants are asked to fill out the application and return it with a short essay stating why this scholarship would be beneficial to them.

Candidates must be at least 15 years of age and currently hold a driver’s license or driver’s instructional permit.

Scholarship applications may be returned to the ABATE office by mail, email ( or fax 303-789-2915.  Applications will be reviewed by a committee and successful candidates will be notified by phone or email and instructed as to how to sign up for the class.