Motorcycle Rider Training and Skill Development



Touring Oregon




With more than 74,000 miles of scenic roads, Oregon is a rider’s nirvana. But there are some unique challenges you need to keep in mind when you set out on your Northwest adventure.

Oregon Motorcycle Laws

Learn the laws specific to motorcycle and moped riders in Oregon. Topics include proper licensing, permit restrictions, equipment requirements and the various laws governing the operation of motorcycles.

What Would You Do?
You round a curve and are suddenly confronted by an oncoming vehicle in your lane. Learn the most common fatal crash scenarios in Oregon and how to avoid them.

Lifting a Fallen Motorcycle

Well, now you’ve gone and done it – you’ve dropped your bike. It happens to every rider sooner or later. Whether you’re in your own garage or in the middle of a busy intersection, learn the safest technique to get your motorcycle back up onto its tires.

Video Library

Learn more about theTeam Oregon motorcycle safety program, its Advanced Rider Training (ART) course, or how to lift a fallen motorcycle. Videos available in .flv, mp4, and .ogv formats.


First Time in Oregon?

Motorcycling tips for a safe Oregon trip.

Supporting Dealers

These proud sponsors offer discounts, incentives and special promotions to students who present a valid completion card from a basic or intermediate rider training course. Learn more.

Clubs and Organizations

New to riding and want to join a club? New to the area and want to find others who ride? Joining a motorcycle club is a great way to share your interest and experience – or learn a thing or two about riding. Take a look at the clubs and organizations that operate right here in Oregon.

Group Riding Hand Signals

Know before you go: Download a sheet of common hand signals used on group rides.

Motorcycle Safety Inspection

Download a 46-point motorcycle inspection and maintenance checklist. Includes 10-point safety check and and routine/preventative maintenance items.


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