The Motorcycle Safety Foundation eCourse curriculum is an important part of your rider training journey. We want to set you on the right path; answering the following will help us point you in the right direction.
Answer the following questions:
Are you exploring MSF online courses because you are currently enrolled, or are planning to enroll in an MSF hands-on course?
If yes, check with your training provider to determine which eCourse you need to take and if the cost is included in your hands-on tuition. Most programs send their students a unique enrollment link to ensure you enroll in the right online course at no additional cost.
If you want to take an online course as a stand-alone program (separate from an on-motorcycle class), review our selection of eCourses below to find the one that’s right for you.
Review and select from the following options:
Ideal for anyone curious about riding a motorcycle. Covers basic motorcycle types, operations, rules of the road and more.
Street Strategies eCourse
Already ride? This course looks beyond basic motorcycle operation and focuses on strategies used by riders when riding on public roads. Perfect for current riders looking to keep sharp while riding, or riders returning to motorcycling after time away.
Physical conditioning, mood, reaction time and many other physical and intellectual elements that affect you when riding. Perfect for anyone riding on two or three-wheels, including eBikes!
Basic RiderCourse ePackage1
This course combines the Basic and Human Factors content into a single eCourse. It’s perfect for new riders and is a prerequisite for many MSF Basic RiderCourses.
Basic RiderCourse2 ePackage2
Often the eCourse element of a Basic RiderCourse2 license waiver, the EP2 combines Street Strategies and Human Factors. This is often a prerequisite to the on-motorcycle portion of your class.
The MSF Basic RiderCourse Rider Handbooks are now available for purchase from the Amazon Kindle store, and are viewable on almost any computer, tablet, or mobile phone.
For some devices, you will need the free Kindle reading app.
Whether you’re looking to study the Handbook prior to taking a hands-on training course – note that some course locations will ask students to download the Kindle version before attending the course – or simply want to add it to your library of motorcycling reference books, the Kindle version of the Handbook is a convenient guide to the basics of riding. The Handbooks are not configured for printing.