Where the rubber meets the road.
The On-Road Clinic is a 4-hour class focused on the skills most critical to riding safely on the street: Awareness. Speed management. Lane placement. Targeting. Control inputs. Judgment. We want you to thrive, not just survive!
The On-Road Cornering Clinic is designed to fine-tune your curve skills and minimize the chance of a crash. The most common type of motorcyclist fatality is “failure to negotiate curve.” Riding with our top instructors, you will practice finding the right target, picking good lines, delaying your entry and linking turns. By the end of the class, your control and confidence in curves should be transformed.
On-Road Clinics involve riding in small groups. You should be comfortable riding at legal street speeds and able to “ride your own ride” without being distracted by other riders. Scooters, trikes and reverse trikes are welcome. Private courses are available. Off-street versions of this course (Cornering Clinic and Advanced Riding Techniques) are also available.
On-Road Clinics are recommended for endorsed riders ready to take their skills to the next level, but do not meet state mandatory training requirements for riders to earn a motorcycle license.
Must have endorsement
Did you know? Some insurance companies offer a discount when you present a course completion card. Ask your provider.
01 Take Course
02 Show Card
03 Get Discount
Find the On-Road Clinic Nearest You.
How to register
For the BMW Chief Joseph Rally in John Day June 21-22, click here.
For the National BMW Rally in Redmond June 14-15, registration is coming soon.
If you want to attend ONR through a Boot Camp in Redmond, Albany or Hermiston, click here to learn more.
To schedule a private On-Road Clinic for your group, contact Team Oregon.
After you register, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. Read this information carefully. It will have the course schedule and start times, what to bring, map to the site, etc. If you do not receive a confirmation, check your junk mail folder.
On-Road Clinics are offered at only five locations in 2024. If you are unable to find a course that fits your schedule, view other course types for more options. Sorry, but there is no waitlist.
What should you bring?
You must wear boots, gloves, long pants, motorcycle jacket, eye protection and a DOT helmet to participate in the riding sessions. Your motorcycle must pass a safety inspection. Click below for the full list of what to bring.
Completion & Eligibility Requirements
Participants must be 16 or older and possess a valid driver license, motorcycle endorsement and proof of insurance. Completion cards are e-mailed to course graduates. The completion cards may earn you an insurance discount.
Most participants complete the courses successfully. However, there is no guarantee of course completion. Students who fail to demonstrate a minimum level of safety will be counseled out.