At this time, all summer and fall courses are sold out. Should any cancelations occur, the openings will appear as available on the schedule below. If you wish to be contacted for the 2022 L2R season click here and complete the form.

Updated COVID-19 Information –
Please Read Carefully. 

If your L2R class occurs now through September 26, 2021, any of the following options will fulfill MCC requirements:

    • If you are fully COVID vaccinated, bring a copy of your vaccination card to class.
    • If you are not COVID vaccinated, bring proof of a negative COVID test administered no more than 5 days before your class. 
    • If you were diagnosed with COVID up to, but not exceeding, 90 days before the date of your class at MCC, bring your Department of Health Release form to class. Do not take a COVID test. 
    • Masks must be worn at all times on campus, regardless of vaccination status. 

If your L2R class occurs September 27 – October 31, 2021, you are required to be fully vaccinated to participate:

Monroe Community College is following the New York State-mandated directive for all students attending in-person classes, on campus, to provide verification of a COVID-19 vaccination by September 27, 2021, or request a qualified medical or religious exemption by September 2.

    • If you are fully COVID vaccinated, bring a copy of your vaccination card to class.
    • If you are not COVID vaccinated but believe you qualify for a medical exemption, submit your exemption request to MCC Health Services via email at by September 2.
    • If you are not vaccinated and do not qualify for vaccination exemption, you will not be allowed to participate in class.
    • If you are not COVID vaccinated but believe you qualify for a religious exemption, submit your exemption request to Calvin Gantt via email at by September 2.
    • If you receive approval of vaccination exemption, please bring proof of exemption to class.

Students who cannot provide proof of vaccination or an approved official exemption from MCC by September 27, will not be allowed to participate in class and WILL NOT RECIEVE A REFUND.

Students who would like a full refund must contact no later than September 7th.

Need a vaccination? Vaccinations are free and available at MCC!

  • MCC Downtown Campus: 2:00-7:00 p.m. Monday-Friday (make an appointment)
  • Other Monroe County vaccination clinics are available. Click here for a listing or call (585) 753-5555.
  • New York Health Department Vaccine Information
  • Most pharmacies can help you get your vaccine series started, or complete your series if you missed your second dose. Please contact your local pharmacy to set up your appointment.

Please note:

    • All course participants are required to read the Learn 2 Ride brochure prior to registering to prepare and inform themselves of all course requirements.
    • Failure to read and understand the information on this website and in the brochure before registering could result in forfeiture of a course seat and course fee.
    • The Motorcycle Safety Foundation training course below qualifies for the NYS DMV Road Test Waiver. 
      • The Basic RiderCourse Beginner is a 2-day rider training program for those with very little or no experience in riding a motorcycle. Motorcycles are provided for this combination online, classroom and hands-on rider training program.
    • Mandatory Online (eCourse) Prerequisite
      You are required by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation to take their Basic eCourse before attending the Basic RiderCourse Beginner classroom/range sessions at Monroe Community College. See page 3 of the 2021 Learn 2 Ride brochure for information on how to access the eCourse at no charge.
    • You must have a valid driver’s license to participate.

Required COVID Precautions for on-campus classes:

    • You must bring your own helmet; loaner helmets will not be available.
    • To eliminate unnecessary handling of paper at class, please complete the 4 forms and bring them to class (along with your online course completion certificate).
      To download the forms click here.
    • Please bring a copy of your license to eliminate unnecessary handling of your license at class.
    • You must wear a mask to class. Extra masks and other PPE will be available on site.
    • Social distancing guidelines will be followed in the classroom and on the range.
    • Classroom and motorcycles will be sanitized after each use.
    • If you are experiencing any COVID-like symptoms, do not come to class. Contact us at and we will follow up with you regarding options.