COURSES

COURSES

COURSES

KDMT offers a variety of training classes.  Scroll down to review and select from one of our classes below, based on your current riding skills.
Small class sizes allow personalized and direct coaching for the most effective training.
The BRC1 & BRC2 courses provide a waiver for the road test portion of your DOT license requirements.
Experienced RiderCoaches provide the best coaching available.
You’ll be introduced to and taught the proper techniques and strategies to operate a motorcycle safely and confidently.
Not successful the first time? 
No worries, range retakes are free!
This is KD Motorcycle Training’s commitment to you!

BASIC RIDER COURSE (BRC1)

for Beginner or Intermediate Riders


Never ridden before?  Or, have experience but want to learn how to ride the right way?  Don’t sweat it!  The BRC1 course is the answer!

The BRC1 is designed to get you comfortable on a bike and give you the skills you need to ride with confidence.  This course is perfect for the rider who wants to learn how to ride a motorcycle safely in a 2 or 3 day course.

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The MSF Basic RiderCourse is designed for beginning riders of all ages.  Eight hours of classroom-style instruction – including the Basic eCourse that you complete online before attending your first formal classroom session – prepares you for ten hours of hands-on riding exercises in a controlled, off-street environment on a paved parking lot. 

Motorcycles are provided free of charge for your use during the course. In the classroom, you’ll learn about the different types of motorcycles, layout and operation of the basic controls, and how to become a safer, more responsible rider. You’ll then move to the riding range where your MSF-certified RiderCoach will guide you through the basic skills of straight-line riding, stopping, shifting, and turning, gradually progressing to swerving and emergency braking.

 
Things to Know
  • A temporary motorcycle license is not required to take this course.
  • 2 or 3-day, 15 hr course — Classroom (5 hrs) & Range Exercises (10 hrs)
    • Classroom: usually Thursday nights, but may be on other nights; check the schedule for exact days for a given class
    • Range:  split 5 hrs / day for 2 days …  either weekends (Sat-Sun) or during the week (Tues-Wed or Wed-Thur); check the schedule for exact days
  • In the classroom, you’ll learn the basics of rider safety skills.
  • On the practice range, you’ll learn to safely accelerate, shift, brake, stop and turn.  You’ll learn proper skills for negotiating curves, executing slow-speed maneuvers (weaves, u-turns, swerves, & turns), controlling skids and riding over obstacles.
  • Motorcycles are provided
    • a student use their own motorcycle, if it meets specifications (contact KDMT-MKE to confirm)
  • You will gain critical skills/techniques and confidence in the operation of your motorcycle from our Basic RiderCourse 1.
  • Expert instruction from KDMT-MKE’s friendly & experienced RiderCoaches
  • Classes at convenient times
  • Range exercises will be ridden in a controlled environment to provide a safe space to learn how to operate a motorcycle.
  • Upon successful completion,
    • students will be registered at WISDOT, which will entitle them to waive the road test requirement when applying for a motorcycle license (class M endorsement).
    • students may be eligible for insurance premium discounts (depends on insurance company)
  • Cost of course:  $369 (includes the $30 eCourse)
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  • Register for your desired class, and pay the course fee
  • Complete the COMPLIMENTARY MSF online e-Course
    • Upon your completed registration, you'll receive an email from MSF with access instructions
    • Takes about 3 hours to complete
    • Must be completed within 30 days of the first class or range activity
    • A copy of the completed certification must be provided to the course instructor at the first class activity
  • Successful participation and completion of the course: eCourse (3 hrs); classroom instruction (5 hrs); range exercises (10 hrs over 2 days)
  • Bring and wear appropriate riding gear:  helmets, gloves, eye protection, long-sleeve jacket/shirt, long pants, over-the-ankle boots
  • Print, Review & Sign ALL required Course Forms and give to the class instructor at/before the first class or range activity
  • Be on time to all activities
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EXPERIENCED RIDER COURSE (BRC2)

for Experienced Riders


Already have some riding experience?  And, have your own bike that you’d like to learn how to ride more safely and effectively?  This BRC2 class is your answer!

The Advanced Rider Course (BRC2) is designed to get you comfortable on your own bike and hone your skills so you can ride with more confidence. It is similar to the BRC except speeds are higher and you use your own motorcycle. The BRC2 a 1-day course, and is an excellent refresher course for practicing and renewing riding skills.

The BRC2 includes an informal classroom component for discussing safety concepts based on past riding experiences and current knowledge and range exercises that challenge you in various maneuvers to help you perfect your riding skills.

Note … If you do not need the license waiver component (no classroom activities and no knowledge or skill test), there is a “Skills Practice” offering for less cost and time.

And, don’t forget … KD Motorcycle Training has free retakes if you are unsuccessful the first time!

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In one day, you will learn expert motorcycle handling and feel much more confident on your motorcycle and on the road.  This is a waiver course, so upon successful completion, the waiver you get will waive the road skill portion for your motorcycle license requirements.

and know how to operate your own motorcycle and be able to control it well! 

The BRC2 is designed for “experience” riders who already possess appropriate riding skills and are either returning to riding or seeking a course to practice and/or enhance and hone riding skills.  The BRC2 is an intermediate course designed to help you learn new skills while operating your own personal motorcycle.

You must be at least 18 years old, and you will need a temporary license or class “M” endorsement to take this class.

Bring your own licensed motorcycle along with proof of registration and insurance; your motorcycle must pass a pre-ride inspection (see the Course Forms page).  Appropriate riding gear is required.

The first two range exercises are “screening” exercises for the instructor to assess your skills. If you cannot fully and safely control your motorcycle or successfully complete these two screening exercises, you will be counseled out of the BRC2 for your safety and the safety of the other students. If you’d like to register for the BRC1 at that point, contact KDMT-MKE;  KDMT-MKE will apply a portion of your enrollment fee towards a BRC1 class.  If you have any reservations about your riding skills, KDMT recommends you sign up for the BRC1 course.

Other things to know:

  • Free MSF Street Strategies online e-Course
  • Gain possible insurance discounts
  • Experience a welcoming atmosphere
  • Small class size for individual attention
  • 3 hours of classroom and 6 hours of range exercise
  • Upon successful completion, students will be registered at WISDOT, which entitles them to obtain their motorcycle license (class M endorsement).
  • Also, upon successful completion, your will be issued an MSF completion card to possibly receive insurance discounts or military recertification.

You will gain a wealth of experience/knowledge from our Basic RiderCourse 2.

LEARN MORE - BRC2 REGISTRATION
  • Own and use your own 2-wheeled motorcycle (of any CC size)
  • Motorcycle must pass a TCLOCS pre-ride inspection (form found on the "Course Forms" page)
  • Register for a desired class, and pay the course fee
  • Complete the COMPLIMENTARY MSF online Street Strategies e-Course
    • At time of registration, a link to the e-Course will be sent via the student's registered email address
    • Takes about 2 hours to complete
    • Must be completed within 30 days of the course date, and a copy must be presented to the Rider Coach at/before the start of the course
    • A copy of the completed certification must be provided to the course instructor at the first class activity
  • Bring and wear appropriate riding gear:  helmets, gloves, eye protection, long-sleeve jacket/shirt, long pants, over-the-ankle boots
  • Print, Review & Sign ALL required Course Forms
  • Provide to instructor prior to or at the start of the course:
    • Proof of motorcycle registration from your state's DMV
    • Proof of motorcycle insurance
    • Proof of Motorcycle temporary permit or class "M" license
      • KDMT can issue you a Proof of Enrollment letter to obtain temps (even if it is your 3rd time)
      • For more information on license requirements for the Wisconsin DOT, click here.
    • Copies of ALL required forms and documents
  • Be on time to all activities

Upon successful completion, students will be registered at WISDOT, which will allow the student to waive the road test requirement when applying for their motorcycle license (class M endorsement)

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SCOOTER COURSE

for Scooter Riders


Want to ride a scooter instead of motorcycle?   You can with KDMT! 

KDMT does not offer a scooter-only course at this time.  However, you can use a scooter in our regular BRC1 course.  The BRC1 is designed to get you comfortable on your scooter and give you the skills you need to ride with confidence in a 2 or 3 day course.    Although you’ll be in class with motorcycles, you’ll be given the same instruction that motorcycle students receive, albeit tailored to the specifics of how a scooter is designed and operates.

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  • Designed for beginner or intermediate riders that plan on riding scooters only
  • The same MSF course training will be given, and the same completion card will be given at completion
  • Because the scooter does not have the same mechanical features of a motorcycle (clutch, shift gear), the scooter student will not be able to practice all of the same motorcycle control techniques that are being taught
  • The student will ride their own scooter;  if looking for a training site supplied scooter, there is limited availability … call KDMT to confirm availability
REQUIREMENTS
  • Scooter
    • Ride a Training site scooter  (only 1 available – call KDMT to confirm availability)
    • Bring your own scooter of 50cc or higher
      • Proof of scooter ownership, registration and insurance required
      • Pass a pre-ride TCLOCS inspection  (found Course Forms page)
  • Bring all riding gear for the range portions
  • Register for a BRC1 class
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SKILL PRACTICE

for Any Rider


Already have your class “M” endorsement and just want to hone your riding skills a bit more?  Never took a riding course but want to get some experience with some of the skills and techniques?  Our Group Skill Practice — aka, Group Instruction — is for you! 

These practice sessions are designed to give you additional time perfecting the basic motorcycle riding skills needed to ride with confidence, smoothness, and PRO! … “Positive Risk Offset”.

These sessions are perfect for the rider who wants to hone their riding skills in a low-risk environment in a 3 hr class.

This class is designed for participants to use their own motorcycle/scooter.  A training site motorcycle will cost a bit more.

Have a group of 4 or more? The bigger the group, the bigger the discount for everyone in the group.  Contact KDMT for discount codes.

! This is not an MSF course nor is it related to any licensure requirement;  it is skills practice only !

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  • Designed for returning or experienced riders
  • Cost: $129
    • this is a discounted amount of the BRC2 class because classroom not required
  • Length of session:  approx 5 hrs.
REQUIREMENTS
  1. Motorcycle license or temps
  2. If using your own motorcycle or scooter:
    • Proof of motorcycle registration
    • Proof of motorcycle insurance
    • Motorcycle must pass a pre-ride inspection
      (form found on the RESOURCES page)
  3. Bring your riding gear for the range
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PRIVATE LESSONS

for Any Rider


Don’t learn well in a group?  Or, feel pressure from others while learning to ride a motorcycle?  Don’t despair!  Private Instruction may the answer!

Private lesson sessions are designed to provide the safe zone you need to learn and perfect the basic motorcycle riding skills needed to ride with confidence … AT YOUR PACE.  These sessions are perfect for the rider who wants to hone their riding skills in a low-risk, 1-on-1 environment.

The goals of a given session will be discussed and defined between the student and instructor.

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Cost: 

  • using student’s own motorcycle or scooter: $65 / hr (2 hr min)
  • using Training company’s motorcycle: $85 / hr (2 hr min)

Length of session:  depends on student’s objectives and progress

 

REQUIREMENTS
  1. Motorcycle license or temps
  2. If using own motorcycle or scooter:
    • Proof of motorcycle registration at the DMV
    • Proof of motorcycle insurance
    • Motorcycle must pass a pre-ride inspection
      (form found in the MSF Section of the COURSE FORMS page)
  3. Proper gear

 

REGISTER

Contact KDMT-MKE directly via email or phone as found on the CONTACT US page to start the process.

 

IS THE CLASS YOU NEED FILLED?

If a certain Milwaukee course is filled and no other course works for your schedule,
please contact KDMT-MKE via the options below to be put on a waiting list
or to see if a current student would be willing to move to another class, opening up a spot.
Or, check our Green Bay training site for availability at that site: https://kdmotorcycletraining.com/

QUESTIONS?

Call or email KDMT-MKE at:
(262) 895-3805 | Info@KDMotorcycleTrainingMKE.com

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CLASS SCHEDULES

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BASIC RIDER COURSE (BRC1) CLASS SCHEDULE

for Beginner or Intermediate Riders

(Motorcycles and Scooters)
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Classroom Portion: the classroom session will be at:

Various locations in the New Berlin / Muskego area *

* The specific location for your class will be shown in the class schedule below, or, if not listed in the schedule, provided about 1 week prior to class.  All possible locations can be seen here: Site Locations

Range Exercises: All range exercises will be at:

Eisenhower Middle/High School
4333 S Sunny Slope Road
New Berlin, WI 53151
Map To This Location

Motorcycle temps are not required prior to taking this course.

Prior to attending any part of the class, you must Print, read & sign and bring the following forms/waivers *:

1) Motorcycle Safety Course Waiver & Indemnification
2) MSF Covid-19 Liability Waiver

IF UNDER 18, you MUST have a parent or guardian sign BOTH forms below in the presence of the class instructor at the time of class, OR, you can have the forms/parental signatures notarized prior to the start of your class.

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ADVANCED RIDER COURSE (ARC/BRC2) CLASS SCHEDULE

for Experienced Riders

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Classroom Portion:  Saturday or Sunday morning classroom is located at:

Multiple locations in the New Berlin / Muskego areas;
specific location provided about 1 week prior to class.

Range Exercises:  Saturday or Sunday range exercises are located at:

Eisenhower Middle/High School
4333 S Sunny Slope Road
New Berlin, WI 53151
Map To This Location

Course Requirements:

1. Proof of motorcycle registration at the DMV
2. Proof of motorcycle insurance
3. Motorcycle temps (We can issue you a waiver to obtain temps even if it is your 3rd time.)
4. Motorcycle must pass a pre-ride inspection

Remember:  Bring your riding gear for the range portions including long sleeves (shirt or jacket), long pants, sturdy over-the-ankle footwear, full-fingered gloves, helmet and eye protection.

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PRACTICE ONLY SESSIONS SCHEDULE

for Riders Wanting Additional Practice of Riding Skills

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NOTE: These sessions DO NOT provide a DMV license road-test waiver

Classroom Portion: 

There is no classroom for Practice Only sessions

Range Exercises:  Saturday or Sunday at:

Eisenhower Middle/High School
4333 S Sunny Slope Road
New Berlin, WI 53151
Map To This Location

 

Practice Session 1 (PS1) - Training or Personal Motorcycles:

  1. Cost:  $65 (if using your own motorcycle; <500cc); $115 (if using training Motorcycle)
  2. Signed Wavier (found here)
  3. Proper riding gear

Practice Session 2 (PS2) - Only Personal Motorcycles:

  1. Cost:  $65
  2. Any cc size motor
  3. Signed Waiver (found here)
  4. Proper riding gear

 

REQUIREMENTS regarding the use of your own motorcycle:

  1. Motorcycle license or temps
  2. Proof of motorcycle registration at the DMV
  3. Proof of motorcycle insurance
  4. Motorcycle must pass a pre-ride inspection (found here)

 

REMEMBER:  For any session, bring your riding gear for the range portions including long sleeves (shirt or jacket), long pants, sturdy over-the-ankle footwear, full-fingered gloves, helmet and eye protection.

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If a certain Milwaukee motorcycle training course is filled please check our Green Bay & Fox Valley motorcycle training website for availability: https://kdmotorcycletraining.com/