MOST - Motorcycle Safety Training

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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.

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

Live to Ride Campaign

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 7out of 10 fatal crashes.

Get your M Endorsement
Make sure you are riding legally. MOST courses make that easy - your course completion card acts as a license waiver for you to take to the DMV to get your M Endorsement added on to your current CO driver license. Some other states accept the Colorado MOST completion cards for obtaining M endorsement equivalents. Check with your home state to see if our training qualifies.

Ride Sober
Nationally 25%of motorcyclists involved in fatal crashes in 2016 had BAC over the legal limit, the highest percentage of any other vehicle type, and data signal that this trend continued in 2017.

Wear Proper Protective Gear
Nearly two-thirds of the riders killed in Colorado in 2016 were not wearing a helmet or were wearing it incorrectly.

Recent Motorcycle News | MOST in the News

Summer Safety Initiatives and Enforcement

Colorado Roads' 100 Deadliest Days

New Data Finds Motorcyclist Fatalities Down 5.6% in 2017

Idaho Sheriff talks motorcycle safety

ABATE of Colorado District One

MOST Press Release

Motorcyclists talk safety tips for riders and drivers

As weather warms up, police offer safety reminders for motorcyclists

Colorado roadway deaths in 2017

Motorcycle Crashes Far More Deadly Than Car Crashes

The Impact of Distracted Driving

Amid sales drop, Harley-Davidson wants to teach more to ride

More Motorcycle Safety News from CDOT

Also check out MC News & MSF's News Page

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