Street Strategies eCourse

Upon completion of an MSF eCourse, you will be able to print a completion certificate that is valid for 30 days. If you are taking an MSF eCourse as a requirement for enrolling in a hands-on training course, the eCourse must be completed within 30 days prior to the class start date. If you have completed an eCourse more than 30 days before the class start date, you must re-take the eCourse (you can re-take it for free) by logging in and checking the "Start new attempt" checkbox.

**The MSF eCourses are NOT accepted as a license waiver by any state department of motor vehicles, or as a license to ride a motorcycle or a learner's permit.

MSF Street Strategies eCourse Info

The MSF Street Strategies eCourse is a 90-minute online program for riders who have basic skills and experience. Its primary purpose is to provide the fundamentals of motorcycle rider street strategies, and it accomplishes this using modern, online learning methods including videos and self-checks. Please note that the Street Strategies eCourse alone is NOT accepted as a license waiver by any state's department of motor vehicles, or as a license to ride a motorcycle or as a learner's permit.

It is similar in nature to the award-winning MSF Basic eCourse, but basic learn-to- ride and motorcycle controls content is omitted, reducing overall time by nearly half. The course includes selectable Spanish text and audio.

The Street Strategies eCourse addresses proper riding gear, motorcycle size and fit, pre-ride inspection, perceptive strategies for intersections and curves, and includes guidance for when practicing emergency maneuvers. It is intended as a prerequisite for the BRC2 - License Waiver course, but can be completed as a stand-alone refresher program without enrolling in an MSF hands-on course.

The MSF Street Strategies eCourse includes 7 of the 16 sections that follow the content in the BRC Rider Handbook:

  1. Course Introduction*
  2. Motorcycle Types*
  3. Controls, Indicators and Equipment*
  4. About Basic Operation*
  5. Preparing to Ride
  6. Risk and Riding
  7. Basic Street Strategies
  8. Strategies for Common Riding Situations
  9. Basics for Emergencies
  10. Special Riding Situations
  11. Rider Impairments
  12. Select Topics*
  13. Key Safety Concepts*
  14. Knowledge Test*
  15. Next Steps*
  16. Range Preparation*

*These topics are not used in the Street Strategies eCourse. They are reserved for future use.