Law Enforcement

Motorcycle - Dual Sport (Off Road)

Oct 17 2017 - Oct 20 2017


This course is designed to train individuals in the use of Dual Sport motorcycles for law enforcement purposes. Specific skills will be developed which are required in the safe operation of an off-road law enforcement motorcycle, including: street riding techniques, off road riding techniques, riding over obstacles, maneuvering the motorcycle over various terrains, enforcement techniques and considerations.

This course has challenging physical components. The student should be in reasonable physical condition due to the intensity of the training curriculum. Students must be currently employed by (or a volunteer of) a police agency. Students must have a Class M-1 license endorsement and should have prior motorcycle riding experience.

Students are required to provide the following:

  • Students are required to provide a dual sport motorcycle that meets all V.C. requirements.  Electric motorcycles are not allowed at this time.
  • Students should have at least one year of street or dirt riding experience.
  • D.O.T / Snell rated motorcycle helmet
  • Eye protection (glasses, goggles – tinted and clear)
  • Lightweight motorcycle gloves
  • BDU pants and shirt (off road riding gear acceptable after first day)
  • Over the ankle boots (off road motorcycle boots are acceptable)
  • Personal Hydration system
  • Knee and elbow guards (optional)

Designed For

People employed by (or a volunteer of) a law enforcement agency and who's job requires them to ride motorcycles off road.






College of Record

Cabrillo College


7800 Cienega Road
Hollister, CA



All classes require full payment or a designated deposit at time of reservation. We accept Visa and MasterCard (a transaction fee of 2% will apply), cash, money order and cashier's check (made payable to SBRPSTC). Agency billing may also be arranged. Financial aid and VA benefits may be available. All fees subject to change.

Meeting days/times

Tues-Fri 0800-1700


Agency personnel: please phone in (or email to: the following information:

  • Class Requested
  • Agency Name
  • Training Officer (TO) Name
  • TO's Email Address
  • Phone Number
  • Attendee Name(s), Email Address, DOB

Self-sponsored students: Contact our main office at (408) 229-4299 to register. Be prepared to submit partial or full payment, depending on the class. All registration documents and final payment must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the start date of the course. Only certain courses have downloadable registration materials; click here to view a list of those courses.

All students are required to pay for the course by the first day of class.

All students are required to apply through OpenCCC. Refer to the College of Record, listed previously on this flyer, then click here for step-by-step instructions according to that college. (Exceptions: POST Management Course or any other Contract course.)

Non-U.S. Citizens

If you are not a U.S. citizen but have a Permanent Resident card, email a copy of the front and back of the card (indicate the class in which you are registering) to:

Cancellation / Refund Policy

All classes require full payment due by or before the first day of class. Out of consideration for people who are on a waiting list, please cancel your reservation no later than 21 days prior to first day of class. After the 21-day cancellation period, students will forfeit a minimum of $50 for materials expenses associated with unexcused cancellations. Substitutions or transfer of registration to another student is permitted upon approval.

Course Cancellation

Each class has a minimum enrollment requirement. If the minimum enrollment is not reached for the course three weeks before the class begins, the class will be cancelled, and deposits will be refunded in full.

*ALL FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. NO EXCEPTIONS. When possible students will be advised of any fee changes prior to course start date. Tuition fee increases made at anytime by the State Chancellor's office may require collection of additional fees from students. We Accept Visa, MasterCard, Money Order, Cashier's Check, Cash or Agency Billing (by arrangement). Make Money Order or Cashiers Checks payable to: SBRPSTC

Out of State or Non-Affiliated students who have not lived in California for at least one (1) year and one (1) day prior to start of college semester are subject to "out of state" college registration fees in addition to the fees listed above. Please check with our staff for details and exact costs.

This program is presented through the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium of Community Colleges (SBRPSTC), which includes Gavilan College, Monterey Peninsula College, Ohlone College, Hartnell College, Foothill College, Lake Tahoe Community College, Mission College, College of San Mateo, and Cabrillo College.

Only courses and programs presented for college credit will be funded, transcripted and certified through one of these accredited institutions.