Do you think that taking the Basic RiderCourse can be expensive? Think again! With these Incentives provided by different motorcycle manufacturers and insurance companies you can take the course and save money along the way!
AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CORPORATION.
Based upon the purchase of a new motorcycle or scooter and complimentary membership in the Honda Rider’s Club of America, Honda offers a $75 reimbursement for MSF training. Some limitations apply; eligibility rules and the reimbursement claim form are listed online at HRCA.Honda.com/Publications/Technical-Downloads
AMERICAN SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION
American Suzuki offers a RiderCourse benefit for new “Rider Graduates” American Suzuki will reward a RiderCourse graduate $100 upon verification of both the course completion and the purchase of a new street-legal Suzuki motorcycle (one reward per person annually). Purchaser must submit a copy of the course tuition receipt, RiderCourse completion card, motorcycle purchase invoice and a reimbursement form (given to the purchaser by the dealer at the time of purchase) to American Suzuki. Training can occur up to six months before or six months after purchase of a new street-legal motorcycle. Visit http://www.suzukicycles.com/Rider%20Education.aspx for more details.
BMW MOTORRAD USA
BMW Motorrad USA established the “Ride Smart Reward” program for all graduates of the Basic RiderCourse. Course Graduates receive $500 in BMW Riders’ Apparel with the purchase of a new BMW motorcycle. Purchasers are eligible for one “Ride Smart Reward” incentive during 2015. The “Ride Smart Reward” must be original BMW Riders’ Apparel such as boots, gloves, jackets, etc. from the BMW MOTORRAD RIDE catalogue. This incentive will not be paid for the sale of aftermarket products or accessories. Purchase must be within 90 days of completing the BRC. Please visit http://www.bmwmotorcycles.com/us/en/index.html?content=http://www.bmwmotorcycles.com/us/en/promos/Ride_Smart.html¬rack=1 for more details.
HARLEY DAVIDSON OWNERS GROUP (H.O.G)
Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) have their own special incentive for RiderCourse graduates who are H.O.G. members. To receive reimbursement, members
must be active in H.O.G. or on the date the course is taken. The reimbursement is up to $50, paid in the form of a coupon. Reimbursement is limited to one course annually.
KAWASAKI MOTOR CORPORATION
ROK will offset the cost of successful completion of a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) street or dirt course or other rider education class (one per membership year)*. Send us a copy of your completion certificate and ROK membership card and we'll send you a $50 Kawasaki Gift Certificate redeemable toward the purchase of accessories, parts, service or apparel at any authorized Kawasaki dealership. Your request must include a copy of your ROK membership card and a copy of your skills class completion certificate and be mailed to:
Riders of Kawasaki
Skills Class Rebate
P.O. Box 25143
Santa Ana, CA 92799-5143
*Please allow 10 business days for processing. Only one certificate per member, per membership year.
YAMAHA MOTOR CORPORATION
Yamaha and Star Motorcycles will reimburse riders up to $100.00 who successfully complete an MSF rider education course. Incentive is paid directly to the customer who completes the MSF course and purchases an elegible motorcycle or scooter model. New Yamaha Street/Dual or Off-Road motorcycle or scooter model, regardless of model year. Click https://www.yamahamotorsports.com/motorsports/campaign/msfcourseincentiverules
for form and instructions on how to claim your reimbursement.
Many Insurance companies offer premium discounts to RiderCourse graduates. These can range from 5% to as much as 20% depending on the insurance company. In some instances, the savings can be as much as course tuition itself. You will need to submit a copy of your Certificate of Completion Card (MSB-8) to your motorcycle insurance provider for your discount. Please contact your Motorcycle Insurance Provider for more details.