We are now accepting applications for the 2017 training season.

Click the links above to learn about our rider Programs and How to Enroll. To see the course locations, schedules and pick a course, click Select a Course.

Do you have an existing registration that you need to cancel? Click Cancel a Registration.

Are you interested in attending a course as a walk-in? Check out the Walk-in Information page.

Breaking News

Date Posted: 03/23/2017

A parent/legal guardian shall accompany all 16 and 17 year old students to the first night of a course to sign the waiver form in the presence of the instructor.

Date Posted: 06/20/2017

If the course you wish to attend is closed to additional enrollment, you may try to get into any course as a "Walk-in". The procedure is to arrive 15 minutes prior to the first class meeting and notify the instructor that you would like to attend as a walk-in. Bring your valid DL and proper riding gear. At the course starting time, a lottery will randomly determine who gets into class to fill open seats. Click on the "Walk-in Information Page" link on the left for additional information.

Date Posted: 07/07/2017

Courses beginning on July 14, 2017 and after will resume as scheduled.


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Map of Illinois showing the different regions

Free Motorcycle Courses

Free Cycle Rider Safety Training Program (CRSTP) classes are offered for beginning and experienced riders at more than 50 locations throughout Illinois. These courses are supported by Public Act 82-649, the Cycle Rider Safety Training Act, and are administered through the Illinois Department of Transportation, Division of Traffic Safety and three major educational institutions.

This University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign site provides information for CRSTP courses throughout region B on the map to the right. For information on courses in regions A or C, contact the Regional Training Center for that area.

You must be an Illinois resident to register. Students attending Illinois schools, military personnel (and their families) stationed in Illinois are considered Illinois residents for the purposes of enrolling in these classes.

For more information, visit: