The Newest in Motorcycle training
Brown’s offers the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s newest “Level 2” training in all classes. In the BRC course Level 2 does REQUIRE that you complete an online eCourse through MSF. The 3 Wheel course does not require the completion of the eCourse. The eCourse MUST BE COMPLETED in order to receive your course completion card and receive your motorcycle “M” endorsement. The eCourse will take approximately 2.5 hours. Brown’s will pay for the course (a $19.99 value). When you pay Brown’s for your class you will receive an email with a payment code and a link to the MSF website. Simply enter the code, complete the eCourse and print your passing certificate. Please bring the certificate with you to class.
Important licensing information
When taking one of our motorcycle courses and after receiving a completion certificate from Brown’s, the state written and road exam for motorcycles will be waived at the Department of Public Safety (DPS). Students who have no Driver’s License will be required to pass the vehicle written test (Permit Test). Information is available in class and on the link below for students without a Learner’s Permit or Driver’s License.
Important: Students under the age of 18 who have no Driver’s License need to meet certain DPS requirements when going to take the written vehicle test. Click here for the details.
We discontinue motorcycle training during the winter months because inclement weather affects safety and our instructors’ ability to give our students the finest instruction possible. We look forward to meeting your training needs in the Spring, Summer and Fall.
Basic Rider Course (BRC)
2 Days = 15 hours
- The best place to start once you have made the decision to ride a 2 wheel bike.
- This course gives riders the motorcycle “M” endorsement.
- You must be at least 14 years old to enroll.
CAN-AM 3 Wheel
2 Days = 15 Hours
Registration opens up in Spring 2021.
- Learn to ride a new 3 wheel Can-Am bike for only $99. Enjoy a new training experience, and receive the motorcycle “M” endorsement too. You must be at least 16 years old to enroll.
Class and Attendance Information
Please be respectful and attend on the date you have selected.
We are asking you to make a firm commitment to attend on the date you select. If you are a no-show for your class a $100 rescheduling fee will apply. If you are late for class, you will be considered a “No Show”, will not be admitted to the class and must reschedule for another class (rescheduling fees will apply). If you change your class date by phone or in person without 48 hours notice, a $50 rescheduling fee will apply. If you reschedule a second time by phone or in person without 48 hours notice, a $100 rescheduling fee will apply. We will not allow you to reschedule more than twice.
Important Law for Those Under Age 18
Anyone 17 years of age or younger MUST complete a certified MSF course before adding the “M” endorsement. Any person age 17 or younger no longer has the option to take the written and riding test with a DPS examiner.
CAN AM 3-wheel training course (3WBRC): $99
CAN AM has selected Brown’s as it’s exclusive partner to train students to ride their newest 3-wheel bikes. Students have the opportunity to train on new bikes every year and new riders enjoy the ease of use of learning to ride with no clutch. Successful completion of this course provides the student with the “M” endorsement. Classes fill up fast…don’t wait to sign up!
3-Wheel students now pay only $99 for the 3-Wheel training. Call Brown’s Oklahoma City at 405-376-6464, or Tulsa at 918-949-9180 with any questions.
$99 is what you pay, Can Am pays the remainder of the $290 class. Our most popular course.
Students must be 16 years of age or older to take this course.
Can-Am Spyders and Rykers are provided free of charge, and only our 3 wheel bikes will be used in this 3-wheel course.
This course will waive the state written and road exam portions of the Oklahoma requirements for the motorcycle endorsement “M.” Students who have no Learner’s Permit or Driver’s License will be required to pass the vehicle written test at DPS (Department of Public Safety).
This course includes 5 hours in the classroom and 10 hours on the range riding the motorcycle. The 10 hours of range time are split between 2 days. Classes will be held, even if it rains.
Visit our Motorcycle Training Schedule to reserve your place in a class today!
Basic rider course (BRC): $290
Our Basic Rider Course is designed for the beginning rider or the rider who has been away from riding for a period of time. This course will waive the state written and road exam portions of the Oklahoma requirements for the motorcycle endorsement “M.” Students who have no Learner’s Permit or Driver’s License will be required to pass the vehicle written test at DPS.
Students can take this course if they are 14 years of age or older.
This course requires completion of an online eCourse, 5 hours in the classroom and 10 hours on the range. The 10 hours of range time are split between 2 days. Classes will be held, even if it rains.
Motorcycles are provided. All bikes are in excellent condition.
If you have a scooter, you can ride your own scooter. The vehicle must be 500 cc or less. Proof of insurance is required. You must let us know in advance if you wish to bring your own scooter.
The fee of $290 is non-refundable and is good for 2021 only.
If you have paid for your class you may stop by Brown’s Oklahoma City office and pick up the student workbook.
Our Motorcycle Training is held in
2839 S. Douglas Blvd, Suite 103
Midwest City, OK 73130
Call us: (405) 376-6464