Motorcycle and Scooter Training

RSP Road Riding Tactics



DIAL IN YOUR STREET SKILLS. Click the button below, select a course location, view the schedule and register.



RSP Road Riding Tactics (RSP) is a half-day course for endorsed riders to sharpen low-speed control, effective braking and precision curve skills. Participants provide their own motorcycles and protective gear. Whether you’ve been riding one year or twenty, RSP will take your skills to the next level.

The course combines 9 riding exercises with range-side discussions. Participants increase awareness of crash situations and how to avoid them. The riding exercises build precision and confidence in the tactics riders use every day, such as slow, tight turns, braking in a lean, quick lane changes and negotiating faster curves.

RSP is ideal for recent graduates of a basic or intermediate licensing course, or endorsed riders who never had training, but does not meet state mandatory training requirements for riders to earn a motorcycle license.

Particpants provide their own motorcycles and protective gear -- find full detail in What to Bring. Scooters are welcome. Group rates and private courses are available.

Course Schedules and Registration












 Rider Skills Practice



Completion Requirements

You must wear boots, gloves, long pants, long sleeves, eye protection and a DOT helmet to participate in the riding sessions. See full details in What to Bring.

Participants must be 16 or older and possess a valid driver license,  motorcycle endorsement and proof of insurance. Completion cards are e-mailed to graduates of RSP. The completion card may earn you an insurance discount.

Most participants complete the course successfully. However, there is no guarantee of course completion. Students who fail to demonstrate a minimum level of safety will be counseled out.

To Register


RSP is offered at several locations. To view course dates, times and to register, click a location below.

If you are unable to find a course that fits your schedule, view other sites or courses for more options.

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