Motorcycle Training

Motorcycle Training Information


All Brown’s motorcycle courses are endorsed by and follow the standards of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.

We Offer the Newest in Motorcycle Training

 Brown’s offers the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s “Level 2” training syllabus. This means at Brown’s can you receive the MSF’s newest instruction program.  Level 2 is now in both the Basic Rider Course (BRC) and the Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC2).  Level 2 consists of classroom discussion along with interaction between the student and our Rider Coaches. The focus of the course will be your behavior on the motorcycle and how that behavior can affect your safety and well being.  

Level 2 does REQUIRE that you complete an online eCourse through the MSF.   This eCourse will cover the basics of motorcycling for the BRC students, while the BRC2 students will cover Street Strategies.  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.  Level 2 classroom will then be covered during your course.  Level 2 is the same for BRC and BRC2.

Brown’s believes that with our students completing the entire 3 part Motorcycle Safety Foundation course, (eCourse, Level 2 classroom and range), our students will be best prepared for their motorcycling adventures.

Seasonal Information

Brown’s is committed to making your motorcycle training experience top notch.  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 early spring.

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 license will be required to pass the vehicle written test. Information is available in class and on the link below for students without a permit or license.

Imortant: Students under the age of 18 who have no license need to meet certain DPS requirements when going to take the written vehicle test.  Click here for the details.

New Law for Those Under Age 18

With a new law in effect Brown’s Driving School is a great option to correctly and legally complete the motorcycle endorsement licensing process.  As of August 26, 2016, anyone 17 years of age or younger MUST complete a certified Motorcycle Safety Foundation course before adding the “M” endorsement.  Anyone age 17 or younger no longer has the option to take the written and riding test with a DPS examiner.  Don’t delay. Brown’s Driving School will take care of your motorcycle training requirements.

Class and Attendance Information

We keep our motorcycle classes small for a reason…Safety first!  Small classes mean each student must attend when promised.  Doing so assures us that each class is full, making it possible for us to provide a great learning experience for as many as possible.  Please be respectful and attend on the date you have selected.  Your failure to attend means an unfilled place in the class, depriving someone else of the opportunity to attend.

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, even a few minutes late, 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.  We take seriously our commitment to you, and know you will honor your commitment to us.

We are very pleased and proud of all our Motorcycle Instructors. However, we have one instructor who we are extremely honored to have. You can view his website at




  • 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 Permit or driver license will be required to pass the vehicle written test at DPS.
  • This course requires completion of an online eCourse, 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.
  • Before taking this course the student should be able to ride a bicycle and balance that bicycle at low speeds.
  • 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.  We do have a scooter that you can ride.  You must let us know if you wish to bring your own or ride ours.
  • Visit our Motorcycle Training Schedule to reserve your place in a class today!
  • The fee of $290 is non-refundable and is good for 2018 only.
  • If you have paid for your class you may stop by the Oklahoma City office and pick up our student workbook.



  • This course used to be known as the Experienced Rider Course (ERC) and is targeted toward the experienced rider who has been riding for at least 6 months. This course will waive the state written and road exam portions of  the Oklahoma requirements  for the motorcycle endorsement “M.”  Students who have no license will be required to pass the vehicle written test.
  • This one day course consists of an online eCourse, approximately 5 hours classroom and 5 hours range.  It is strongly recommended that you ride your own bike.  Proof of insurance is required.  We are not allowed to have Trikes on our BRC and BRC2 courses.  Two wheels only. If you do not have your own bike, you can rent a Brown’s Driving School motorcycle for $50 for that day.
  • This is a 1 day fun course that could serve as your “warm-up” after a winter lay off. We have riders that take this course on a yearly basis. You will enjoy it.
  • Visit our Motorcycle Training Schedule to reserve your place in a class today!
  • The fee of $190 is non-refundable and is good for 2018 only.

Tulsa Satellite Facilities

Corporate Woods

4500 S. 129th East Ave., Tulsa, OK 74134

Tulsa Students should enter at the flag pole on the east side of the building.

Look for this one.