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Wondering what it takes to become the proud owner of a new motorcycle in Wisconsin? It’s as simple as earning your Wisconsin motorcycle permit, which you will then use to apply for your Class M motorcycle license. In the guide below from Appleton Harley-Davidson, we’ll go over how to get a motorcycle license step-by-step, and tell you what you need to know about taking a Wisconsin motorcycle license class to prepare for your skill test.
If you own a motorcycle, you need a motorcycle license to operate it legally. This is a license obtained specifically for your motorcycle, so you can’t use a driver’s license to ride a motorcycle. What type of motor vehicle requires a motorcycle driver’s license? In Wisconsin, your vehicle is considered a motorcycle if it:
A Class M motorcycle license or motorcycle instruction permit is required to operate a motorcycle. You may also apply for a Wisconsin motorcycle license if you hold a valid license from another state. To obtain a Wisconsin motorcycle permit, you must:
During the 6-month period that you hold the motorcycle instruction permit, you must:
A Wisconsin motorcycle permit is valid for a period of 6 months, and can be renewed for another six months if it expires before you complete the motorcycle license skill test. If the permit is renewed twice, you will be required to present proof of enrollment in an approved Basic Motorcycle RiderCourse (BRC) or the 3-Wheel Basic RiderCourse before your motorcycle license can be renewed.
Three types of motorcycle skills test waiver courses are available to Oshkosh riders:
Wondering where to find an approved Wisconsin motorcycle license class near Neenah? Start with us! You can earn a Class M motorcycle license after successful completion of the Harley-Davidson Riding Academy New Rider Course, which includes a riding skills test (“Road Test”).
Low-power scooters such as mopeds are not categorized as motorcycles, and thus do not require a motorcycle license to operate. However, you will need to hold a driver’s license to legally drive one of these motor vehicles in Wisconsin.
Questions about how to get your motorcycle license or enrolling in a Wisconsin motorcycle license class at Appleton Harley-Davidson? We’re here to help. Contact our team today, or stop by our dealership in Appleton — just a short ride from Green Bay — to learn more about skill requirements and obtaining a Class M motorcycle license. While you’re here, be sure to check out our extensive inventory of pre-owned and new Harley-Davidson bikes!