Range Aides help RiderCoaches prepare for the exercises used to teach riding skills. Range Aides set up cones, move motorcycles around, fuel bikes up, and more. This is a great way to meet and work with current MSF Certified RiderCoaches, learn how to set up for the different exercises and get an overall understanding of how the course runs.
If you are interested in volunteering as a Range Aide, please call the Pioneer Valley Rider Training office at (413)525-0049.
Become a RiderCoach by completing the MSF-approved RiderCoach Training Program. This prepares you to teach the MSF’s Basic RiderCourse (BRC) as well as the Experienced RiderCourse (ERC). Although RiderCoaches are paid, the people who get involved are primarily motivated by a love of motorcycling and a desire to help the sport grow while reducing motorcycle related injuries. Please note that being a RiderCoach is not designed to be a full-time job.
If you are interested in becoming a RiderCoach, please print the application below, fill it out, and mail it to us. We will keep it on file, and call you to schedule an interview as we near the next RiderCoach Training Program.