Current Class Offering
Testing Monday and Wednesday
Fort Wayne Location 5600 Saint Joe Road
Behind Wells Fargo Bank
By Appointment only. Sign up today.
We will test in the rain.
Motorcycle Rider Training of Indiana affirms it has completed all necessary requirements to be considered a Motorcycle Operator Safety Education Course approved by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles for purposes of IC 9-24-8-4 and is hereby authorized to issue skills and written tests waiver to any applicants that have successfully completed the course.
You will need
- Drivers License, Permit, Registration and Proof of Insurance
(by appointment only)There are no refunds and registration is NOT transferable
- Properly fitting-DOT Approved (Department of Transportation) helmet (required)
- face shield or goggles that meet state standards
- sturdy gloves
- sturdy footwear
Applicants must provide the motorcycle used for the motorcycle skills test and must wear a motorcycle helmet during the operational skills test. Once you pass the motorcycle skills test, you will need to visit a BMV branch with your signed and stamped motorcycle permit to receive your motorcycle endorsement.
Need a break on you insurance? Consider taking the Basic Rider Course. It will improve your skill set, possible discount on you insurance and a weekend of fun, riding, and street strategies.
What the test entails
The motorcycle skills test consists of several elements which measure an applicant’s basic control of the motorcycle and response to hazardous situations. The motorcycle skills test consists of the following actions:
- Overall control
- Stopping at designated points
- Offset cone weave
- Quick stop
- Changing lanes
- Obstacle swerve (to simulate changing lanes)
“Points” will be assessed if the applicant fails to properly execute any of the maneuvers listed above. If you fail the motorcycle skills test, you must wait until the next day before taking the test again. If you fail three motorcycle skills tests while holding a motorcycle learner’s permit, you must wait two months from the date of the last failed skills test before taking the motorcycle skills test again.
MRT practices ATGATT (All The Gear All The Time) and will require students to be properly geared at all times.