MSLVI’s 3-Wheel Motorcycle Curriculum
The MSLVI 3-Wheel S/TEP curriculum teaches riders the fundamentals of safely operating a three-wheel motorcycle. This self-directed course is required for all students taking the S/TEP Riding Basics Course.
Some Training sites offer the classroom portion online, while some Training Sites offer the classroom and driving range portions together on their site.
Topics in the S/TEP course include:
- An introduction to three-wheelers
- Requirements and recommendations for riding gear
- Features, controls, and indicators
- Basic operation, including starting the rig, clutch, throttle, and brake operation, safe stopping, turns and curves, unique concerns for sidecars, and parking
- Information on advanced techniques such as evasive maneuvers, drifting and flying the sidecar
- Defensive riding techniques, including safety tips for inclement weather, freeways, rural roads, and intersections
- Impaired riding education, including distracted and aggressive riding, as well as riding under the influence of drugs and alcohol
After completing the online course, your students will receive a certificate of completion to be shared with their authorized training provider to continue to the driving portion of the curriculum provided by each training site.
The self-directed 3-Wheel S/TEP curriculum provides the necessary basic safety training for operating a three-wheel motorcycle.