Idaho Motorcycle Safety Course

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Talk' started by RideMaster, Feb 28, 2006.

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  1. RideMaster

    RideMaster RideMaster

    For those who are new to riding (or even those who just need to FINALLY get a legit license to ride on the street):

    Take the Idaho Star Motorcycle Safety course. Its not EXACTLY MSF (Motorcycle Safety Foundation) but they do use official MSF provided materials. I get the impression that Idaho wanted to do their own thing to keep costs low (in some states, an MSF course can be a little spendy).

    I've taken the beginning course and, even after riding on the street for several months and actually having my license already, the course was beneficial.
  2. I might have to talk my riding group into taking that with me... if nothing else, it should help with the insurance costs right? hahah

    thanks for posting that up bro, got me lookin into it. Where at in boise is it? I live in mtn home but it would be worth it to ride up there for 2 days, or drive if I need too (i see they provide bikes?)

    thanks again for the info

    edit* wanted to add... $ 75 is pretty cheap also.

  3. Hozhead

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    I believe there are a few locations but I took it at Capital High School
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