There are several ways to register for the course. You can register online OR call us at 850-456-2277
Pensacola Harley-Davidson
6385 Pensacola Blvd
Pensacola, Florida
All the courses we offer and prices can be found on our courses page.
Of course, call us at 850-456-2277

You will be responsible to bring the following:

  1. Over the ankle sturdy footwear. It's recommended you wear a shoe that allows you to feel the foot controls. Shoes or boots with a large heel or steel toe make it increasingly difficult to shift, especially for women.
  2. Long pants made out of sturdy materials. No spandex or sweatpants.
  3. Long sleeve shirt or jacket. Light colors work best when it's hot outside.
  4. Full fingered gloves.
  5. D.O.T helmet
  6. Eye protection. Glasses are considered eye protection for the purpose of this course.
  7. As it may rain, it's recommended to have motorcycle rain gear or consider bringing a change of clothes.
No, we will ride in the rain just as you would in real-life.
Students must be 16 years of age and have at least a learners permit. If you have a learners permit, you can take the class but you will not be allowed to get your motorcycle endorsement at the DMV unless you've had the learners permit for at least one year.
We use the Harley-Davidson Street 500 motorcycle the new Harley-Davidson x350RA.
We have several different seats available for all sizes of students. If you would like to try having a seat on one of our training bikes prior to the class please give us a call to setup a date and time.
For the Basic RiderCourse and Kickstart course, students will use our training motorcycles. For the 3-Wheeled Basic RiderCourse and the Skilled RiderCourse students can use their own motorcycles.
There are limited options available. Please call us for the latest information.

A 3-Wheel motorcycle must meet the following requirements:

  1. Three-track wheel orientation (leaves three separate tracks during straight-line operation). Dual wheels may be in the front or rear.
  2. Motorcycle-based conversion or design. Handlebar steering Motorcycle-type controls arranged with the standard convention (convenience alterations such as a single brake pedal or lever control, automatic clutch, or automatic transmission are allowed), Saddle seating, Seating causes rider/passenger to straddle vehicle. If designed for a passenger, passenger must be seated behind operator.
  3. Turning diameter of the vehicle at its widest point must be less than 40 feet.
  4. The vehicle must meet all applicable federal/state on-road vehicle standards.
  5. Under no circumstances will vehicles with the following designs characteristics be allowed in the 3WBRC: Automotive hybrids or automotive conversions, vehicles with automotive controls or seating, vehicles with rear or front mounted engines (engines must be mounted midframe below the rider), vehicles with enclosed or semi-enclosed riding compartments, any other significant departure from the standard motorcycle design.
At the end of the class you will receive a completion card. Take this card along with your current Florida Drivers License and about $40 to your Tax Collector or DMV office and they will issue you a brand new drivers license with the endorsement.
When enrolling, you are purchasing a seat in the class of your choice. Once purchased, that seat is set aside for only your use. Please select the date that will ensure you can attend each day for the times indicated. You must attend all class/range sessions.
All fees are nonrefundable unless students call 850-456-2277 or email 6 days prior to their scheduled class to obtain a partial refund. A partial refund is full tuition minus a processing fee.
  1. Basic RiderCourse $
  2. 3-Wheel RiderCourse $
  3. Skilled RiderCourse $

There is no charge for postponement provided the student calls or emails at least 48 hours prior to their scheduled class. If less than 48 hours prior or if a student does not complete the entire class, a seat in a subsequent class may be purchased:

  1. Basic RiderCourse $
  2. 3-Wheel RiderCourse $
  3. Skilled RiderCourse $
Learning to ride a motorcycle requires skill progression. This progression begins with small tasks and builds to larger, more complex tasks. It is critical that students arrive on time. Preferably, come early! If you miss a class or range session, you will not be allowed to complete the course and will have to purchase another seat in a later class.
The eCourse is a requirement prior to taking the BRC or 3-wheel BRC.
Once you have registered for a class we will email you a unique link to complete the 5-hour online eCourse.
After successful completion of the eCourse you'll receive a certificate which is good for 30 days. If the certificate is older than 30 days you must retake the online eCourse to earn a new certificate.
The MSF ePackage-1 eCourse is a highly interactive 5-hour online program that provides riders of all skill levels with the basics of motorcycling. With integrated graphics, photos and video to illustrate the lessons, and allows you to control the pace of your learning. Please note that the ePackage-1 eCourse alone is NOT accepted as a license waiver by any state's department of motor vehicles, or as a license to ride a motorcycle or as a learner’s permit.
After successful completion of the class, you'll receive a certificate which is only valid for one year from the date printed. If you do not get the motorcycle endorsement on your drivers license within that one year, you must retake the class to earn another certificate. Most states adhere to this but they may have other requirements or change their policies without notice. Please check with your local DMV office for official information.