Employment Opportunities

Motorcycle Rider Training Center (MRTC) is always looking for qualified Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Certified RiderCoaches.

Already a RiderCoach?
We take a great deal of pride in our commitment to providing the highest quality training available and going that extra effort to assure that all rider candidates get the very best training possible. We therefore expect our RiderCoaches to constantly strive to improve their training skills, understand the principles of basic adult learning concepts and understand the importance of always delivering exceptional customer service

If you are continually working on improving yourself in those categories mentioned above, enjoy interacting with people, have the desire, passion and patience to teach all levels of riders the motorcycle skills needed to ride correctly, safely and responsibly, then we would like to talk to you.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the MRTC Team, please fill out our RiderCoach Application or call us at 303-989-5837.

Become a RiderCoach
Becoming a RiderCoach is a serious commitment, but one that is very rewarding in helping others to become safe riders while fulfilling dreams. RiderCoaches are the backbone of the RiderCourse training system.

Completing an intensive 70+ hour RiderCoach Preparation Course is one of the main requirements for becoming an MSF Certified RiderCoach. Course schedules will vary but you should plan on between 7 and 10 days of intense training. During this time, you'll learn how to teach the BRC curriculum. You'll practice teaching in the classroom while also learning how to manage the range exercises, properly and skillfully ride training demos and also how to evaluate and coach students as they develop their riding skills.

You must be a licensed motorcyclist, at least 21 years old who currently rides on a frequent and routine basis demonstrating several years of varied riding experience. The ability to effectively communicate with others is an important skill to possess for interacting with students. As a RiderCoach, you'll be called upon to give your time to help teach RiderCourses. A sincere desire to help reduce motorcycle accidents, injuries, and deaths should be a prime motivator of RiderCoaches.

If you are interested in becoming a RiderCoach, please fill out our RiderCoach Candidate Application or call us at 303-989-5837.