|Civilian personnel registering or operating motorcycles
on Fort McCoy no longer are required to show proof of completion of a
Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) course. Military personnel still are
required to show proof of MSF course completion.
negotiates a turn as part of training in the Experienced
Motorcycle Rider Course held recently at Fort McCoy.
(Photo by Rob Schuette)
The next MSF classes are a two-day Basic Rider Course May 21-22 and
May 26-27, and a half-day Experienced Rider Course May 15 and June 8.
These classes are free for military personnel. For more information or
to register for a class, call Ride Safe Wisconsin at 715-299-7288 or
visit the website
All motorcycle riders on the installation must wear a properly fastened,
approved helmet; proper eye protection; full-fingered gloves; long
trousers; a long-sleeved shirt or jacket; and leather boots or over the
A brightly colored upper outer garment must be worn during the day and a
reflective upper outer garment at night. These garments will be clearly
visible from both the front and back. Military uniforms do not meet this
For information on motorcycle policies in the Fort McCoy community, call
the Directorate of Emergency Services at 608-388-2000.
For motorcycle safety information, call the Installation Safety Office