$125 with WA Driver’s License or Active Duty Military. Some classes, or seats within classes, will be at an UNSUBSIDIZED rate of up to $325 due to the limited subsidy funding available from the DoL. Everyone who registers for these classes, regardless of age, will pay the unsubsidized rate listed on the registration page. Note: If you are under the age of 18, you pay $50.00 for a SUBSIDIZED seat.
Also Note For Students Under 18: You must be accompanied on the first day of class by a parent or legal guardian who must sign the Release of Liability Waiver with the instructor as witness.
Out of State Driver’s License – $325
Please see our FAQ page for a description/explanation of the difference between Subsidized and Unsubsidized seats in a class.
*ending times are approximate
Before showing up for your first class, be sure to read our policies and required riding gear.
2-DAY FORMAT: 8am – 6pm* both days (Mornings in the CLASSROOM/Afternoons on the RANGE)
3-DAY FORMAT: Day-1 – 6pm to 9pm* in the CLASSROOM, Day-2 – 8am to 6pm*(Morning on the RANGE/Afternoon in the CLASSROOM), Day-3 – 8am to 2pm* on the RANGE
The Basic Sidecar/Trike Course (S/TEP) is a 16 hour curriculum for beginning riders. The course assumes that the student knows little or nothing about 3-wheeled motorcycles. The course progresses through basic skills training, street survival strategies, and some advanced level skills training. It finishes with both written and riding tests that will waive testing at the DoL for your 3-wheeled motorcycle endorsement. Pacific NorthWest Motorcycle Safety offers this class in both 2-day and 3-day formats. There is no difference in course content between the two formats.
You cannot be late for any portion of this class. We cannot and will not “catch you up”. The curriculum does not allow the time to do this.
Sidecar and Trike Requirements:
We will have sidecar units and trikes available for student use. Many of these rigs are on loan from various dealers and all rigs will be shared between students during the class. Students are encouraged to bring their own rigs to classes. However, they must meet all of the following criteria in order to be used in our classes:
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