National Safety Council, Nebraska
11620 M Circle Omaha, NE 68137
Online registration -- 2013 motorcycle safety training available, please scroll down to view the courses offered, tuition and the 2013 schedule.
If you would like to have us mail a motorcycle safety training brochure/schedule for the 2013 season, please e-mail email@example.com indicate that you want a motorcycle brochure/scheduleand supply your name, address and zip and we'll mail you the 2013 motorcycle brochure/schedule
Get ready to ride safely for the 2013 riding season by completing our Basic Rider Course motorcycle safety training sanctioned by the MSF-Motorcycle Safety Foundation and the Nebraska DMV. Complete the entire course and pass our written and range evaluations, then take your MSF completion card to the DMV and get your motorcycle endorsement added to your Nebraska Operator's License!
(YOU'LL NEED THIS ENDORSEMENT TO OPERATE ANY TWO OR THREE WHEEL VEHICLE ON NEBRASKA STREETS IF THE TWO OR THREE WHEEL VEHICLE IS GREATER THAN 49CC'S)
Experience the freedom of the open road - on a motorcycle! More riders than ever are using bikes for fun, commuting, and running errands.
The state of Nebraska requires you to have an endorsement on your operator's license before you ride. Earn your MSF completion card with us. You do not need a motorcycle learner's permit or endorsement to take our course.
To take our course, you must have either a Nebraska issued learner's permit, or a Nebraska issued driver license. Sorry, but with the exception of our Military programs, we cannot accept out of state students for online registrations. If you have an Iowa license, please call for options..
Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ) - (click to view)
Nebraska State Laws (two wheel) - (click to view)
Nebraska Motorcycle Laws - DMV - (click to view)
How To Enroll
Choose your schedule, click on "Register", and sign up with a credit / debit card!
Please note: At registration, you must enter your full First and Last name exactly as it appears on your Nebraska operator's license. Discrepancies will result in delays when you attempt to add your motorcycle endorsement.
REQUIRED RIDING GEAR for all motorcycle safety courses at the range: DOT approved helmet (some loaner helmets are available) and eye protection (eyeglasses or sunglasses are acceptable). Long, non-flare denim pants or material of equivalent durability, over-the-ankle footwear, long-sleeved shirt or jacket, full-fingered gloves, preferably leather and rain gear (sessions continue when raining)
Motorcycle Safety Rider Courses
Motorcycle 101 (MC101)
In these very small classes you will earn basic motorcycle skills/controls using our motorcycles. See the FAQ's for the riding gear you'll need.
MC 101 meets on Sunday's at 11620 M Circle, Omaha, lower level. 8am to 1pm - sign in, then onto the range until approximately 1pm. Reservations are required. Please register in advance.
MC 101 - approximately 5 hours on Sundays - 8am to 1pm
2013 Sunday training dates:
April 14 April 28
May 5 May 19
June 16 June 30
(note: when you register online and the session you want does not appear, this means that the session is booked, you will need to consider an alternate session) __________________________________________________________________________
Basic Rider Course (BRC) – Earn your Nebraska DMV Motorcycle Endorsement! This Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) course is designed for new or returning riders and teaches everything you need to know to ride safely!
Successfully passing the course evaluations (written and range) earns the Nebraska Operator’s License Motorcycle Endorsement – just take your MSF completion card to the DMV and they will add the endorsement to your license. You will use our motorcycles in the course, but you will need all required gear to participate. See the FAQ's for information on gear.
Choose either the M -morning range or N-afternoon range session
Classroom sessions are held at the Council 11620 M Circle - southeast of 120th and L streets
Current range sessions for the BRC, BRC2 and the SBRC are held at 12900 I street - west end of the Millard Lumber employee parking lot.
|"M" Session - Morning Range|
|*Friday Classroom||6:00pm - 9:00pm|
|Saturday Range||7:30am - 12:30pm|
|*Saturday Classroom||1:30pm - 4:30pm|
|Sunday Range||7:30am - 12:30pm|
|"N" Session - Afternoon Range|
|*Friday Classroom||6:00pm - 9:00pm|
|Saturday Range||1:00pm - 6:00pm|
|*Sunday Classroom||9:00am - Noon|
|Sunday Range||1:00pm - 6:00pm|
(BRC classroom sessions are held at the Council, lower level)
Basic RiderCourse Range Curriculum (click to view)
BRC - there is a pre course assignment - click below to download the handbook questions and the pre course assignment. The assignment is due at the first classroom session on Friday - the link to view the required reading is below.. This information will be included in the reminder letter you will receive approximately one week prior to the session start date.
April 5-7 M & N April 12-14 M & N April 19-21 M (Women only) April 26-28 M only
May 3-5 M & N May 10-12 M& N May 17-19 M (Women only) May 31-June 2 N only
No sessions May 25-27 - Memorial Day Weekend
June 7-9 M & N June 14-16 M (Women only) June 14-16 N (coed BRC)
June 21-23 N only June 28-30 M only
No sessions July 5-7 - July 4th weekend
July 12-14 M only July 19-21 M only July 26-28 M only
August 2-4 M only August 9-11 M only August 16-18 M only August 23-25 M only
No sessions August 30,31, September 1- Labor Day weekend
September 13-15 M (Women only) September 13-15 N (coed BRC)
September 20-22 M & N September 27-29 M & N
(note: when you register online and the session you want does not appear, this means that the session is booked, you will need to consider an alternate session) ___________________________________________________________________________
Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC2)– For experienced riders – plus NOW earn your Nebraska DMV Motorcycle Endorsement!
This course is designed for those individuals with motorcycling experience.
Refresh, sharpen and learn new riding skills. Whether you ride a sport bike or a cruiser you will gain the knowledge/skills that will help you decrease your chances of being involved in a collision.
You’ will ride your motorcycle for this course, so it will need to be in top condition. We'll perform an inspection before you ride.
Experienced Rider Coaches will evaluate your skills and provide specific advice on how to improve your abilities.
Bonus: Some insurers give a discount after you complete this course!
Requirements: Your motorcycle and at least one year of riding experience with approximately 3,000 miles ridden and all required riding gear.
Successfully passing the course written and range evaluations earns the Nebraska Operator’s License Motorcycle Endorsement - just take your MSF completion card to the DMV and they will add the endorsement to your license.
Currently the course is held on Saturday and Sunday from 1-5pm-rain or shine - bring rain gear , Rider Coaches will give breaks, so bring something to drink to keep hydrated.
The entire session is held on the range - 12900 I street - west end of the Millard Lumber employee parking lot.
April 20-21 May 18-19 June 29-30 July 27-28 September 7-8
BRC2 iscurrently held on Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5pm - meet at our range facility - 12900 I street (Please note the BRC2 pre-range equipment checklist below - click to view)
(note: when you register online and the session you want does not appear, this means that the session is booked, you will need to consider an alternate session)
MSF Scooter Basic Ride Course (SBRC) –Earn your Nebraska DMV Scooter Endorsement! Endorsement needed if the engine rated capacity is 45cc or greater per Nebraska State Statue 60-636.
This course is a basic, entry-level, learn-to-ride scooter training and education course. Participants learn similar fundamental skills as in the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic Rider Course, but the entire class uses scooters. The curriculum follows the basic template of the BRC and **you will use your scooter and you will need all required riding gear. Successfully passing the course evaluations (classroom and range) earns the Nebraska Operator’s License Scooter Endorsement - Just take your MSF completion card to the DMV and they will add the (MZ) endorsement to your license.
2013 SBRC training dates: (Tuition $150.00)
April 26-28 N session - afternoon range
May 31-June 2 M session - morning range
June 21-23 M session - morning range
September 6-8 M session - morning range
(note: we will have a limited number of scooters available to use if you do not have a scooter and still wish to take the course, there is an additional $40.00 rental fee - call to arrange payment)
Registration process for SBRC not available online, please download the SBRC registration form, complete the form then mail, scan, or fax to the Council
[payment required when registering] or call to register)
SBRC registration form - click here 2013 SBRC Registration Form
National Safety Council, Nebraska – Motorcycle Safety Training Program
Payment, Reschedule, Cancellation and Refund policy
MC101, BRC, BRC2 and SBRC
Advance registration/payment is required. Confirmation, including training sites, will be e-mailed or mailed upon registration.
We realize that your schedule may change at the last minute and/or emergencies may occur preventing you from attending. Understand that the motorcycle safety training classes fill up fast and there is a high demand for each class.
Once registered, we do not refund tuition or fees for cancellations, no shows, or reschedules unless we can place another student in your slot. Please advise us as soon as possible of your need to reschedule or cancel. A (7) seven day advanced notice to reschedule or cancel will greatly increase the odds that we will be able to find a replacement.
All changes are subject either to our Reschedule/Refund Policy even if we are able to fill the slot you vacate. We reserve the right to change or cancel classes. In that event, the above policy does not apply.