We offer the "3W-BRC"
This is the latest virsion of the MSF 3 Wheeled Basic Rider Course. Like the 2 Wheeled BRC this course is designed to give new riders the basics and to break the bad habits of experienced riders.


The 3 Wheeled Basic Rider Course teaches the basic mental and physical skills needed for riding a traditional "Tryke" or a CanAm styled 3 Wheeled Motorcycle. In Indiana, this course provides a waiver of the written and riding licensing tests. However, your endorsement will be for 3 Wheeled Motorcycles only.

  1. Pre-requisites:
  2. What to Expect
  3. What to Bring
  4. What you MUST Wear:

The course concludes with a classroom knowledge test and hands-on riding skill evaluation. Once your RiderCoach hands you the course-completion card, you'll be happy knowing that you’ve gone the extra mile to develop your own safe riding techniques.

There are benefits to taking a RiderCourse besides learning important skills and strategies: Indiana will waive both the written and the riding portion of your motorcycle endorsement tests if you’ve successfully completed the Basic RiderCourse, and your insurance company might provide a discount on your insurance. Be sure to ask your agent because many save you more than 10% Annually.

Currently this course is only being offered at the Columbus Airport Facility. Further, classes are offered based on need, please send us an email and we'll add you to the wait list and notify you when a class is scheduled.

Please email us at: info@myridercourse.com with your needs.   

Courses offered will be conducted at: 

Columbus Airport West Ramp

4800 Middle Rd.

Columbus, IN 47201


Rescheduling/Refund Policy

We do not refund class fees once scheduled. he reason for not refunding is that the costs that you pay are immediately forwarded to pay for Rider Coaches, Training Manuals, Facility costs, etc. that we can't get back. Further, the costs exceed the cost you pay (we receive a reimbursement from the state to offset these costs). So once you're signed up, you're guaranteeing you'll be there and ready to train and we guarantee the training will be provided. 

We also do not reschedule classes (for most of the same reasons as above) unless the Rider Coach determines that it is to dangerous to continue. At that point we will do all we can to coordinate a time with you finish off the information/training from the point of where the training was stopped OR get you into another class at the determination of the Rider Coach. Frankly, in 3 years we have not had a weekend that has been forced to be rescheduled. It has rained and training delayed but we've always been able to work it out so that everyone could complete the training. One note: We do train in the rain and the cold so please dress appropriately. Classes will be stopped for lightening or severe weather.






We look forward to seeing you in Class!