Registration for the 2015 season has now closed.

All training has been completed for this year.

Check this web site early in 2016 for next year's schedule.

Breaking News

Date Posted: 03/20/2015

All 16 and 17 year old students must have a parent/legal guardian come with them to the first night of a course to sign the waiver form. No exceptions.

Date Posted: 04/10/2015

All BRC courses must have a minimum of eight (8) students on the first day/night of class at the designated start time to run as scheduled.

Date Posted: 04/10/2015

All BRC2, IRC, ARC, & STC courses must have a minimum of six (6) students at the start time to run as scheduled.

Date Posted: 09/03/2015

Effective July 1, 2015, when a CDL Holder who passes a BRC or IRC takes the Completion Card to a DMV facility to add the motorcycle endorsement to their license, the driver is required to show proof of legal presence and domicile. Contact SOS at 217-785-3108 to see what documents are needed.

Position Announcement

The College of Applied Health Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for the position of Project Coordinator of the Motorcycle Rider Program (MRP). Please click here for a detailed job description.


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 four major educational institutions.

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

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