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Motorcycle Operator Safety Training Program

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   Successful completion of a MOST Course earns a license waiver card students must take to the DMV to obtain their Motorcycle (M) Endorsement.

   To learn about MOST courses, click here.

   For course enrollment information, click here.  

 


While MOST only certifies Basic training, Advanced training courses are recommended for experienced licensed motorcyclists.


Live to Ride Campaign

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CSP's Live to Ride campaign is designed to help motorcyclists of all skill levels ride safely, have fun, and most importantly, stay alive. Live to Ride endorses three primary safety messages:

Get Training
Lack of training is a factor in Colorado's fatal motorcycle crashes. Motorcycle riders were found to be at fault in 7 out of 10 fatal crashes.

Ride Sober 
Impaired riding is also a major problem; 14% of riders killed in motorcycle crashes in 2013 were under the influence of alcohol.

Wear Proper Protective Gear 
Nearly two-thirds of the riders killed in Colorado last year were not wearing a helmet or were wearing it incorrectly.

Just as football players are required to suit up for the big game, or pilots must complete hundreds of hours of training to fly solo, riders need to wear protective gear and get proper training to know how to handle their machines. And riding sober...well...that's just common sense.

For more information on Live to Ride or to get involved, please contact us.


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