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Oregon Motorcycle Riders Association (OMRA)-Youth Safety Evaluation Program (YSEP)

Through the cooperation of the OMRA, Oregon Parks & Recreation Department (OPRD), and member clubs, plus individual members, the OMRA presents the most comprehensive, accepted, consistent and sustainable Statewide Youth Safety Evaluation Program (YSEP).
Master Evaluator and evaluation classes are underway. Courses are set to be scheduled throughout the state through OMRA member clubs and organizations. Together we are making OHV recreation more safe and accessible for Oregon's OHV community.
To register, contact the OMRA Safety Coordinator via email, or contact the evaluators directly
Click here to access hands-on training courses provided by OMRA.
NOTE: Because this is a relatively new feature, many training events may not show yet. Therefore we encourage you to also utilize the enrollment process for the course you want to sign up for to find additional training opportunities.


Motorcycle (Class III) Evaluation Courses
A Youth Safety Evaluation will be a one-time, hands-on skills demonstration to evaluate a youths ability to safely control and fit their OHV. The youth's on-line Safety Ed card will be endorsed after he/she has passed the minimum requirements. Parents will need to bring their child/children prepared to ride with the vehicle and proper protective gear.
The time commitment for an evaluation can range from 1 to 3 hours depending on the number of enrollees.
Are you an Oregon resident between the ages of 6 and 15?
Do you ride your motorcycle on any of Oregon’s public lands?
Have you never taken an OMRA Evaluation Course?
If you answered yes to these three questions, the ATV Program will pay $40 of the $60 cost for you to take this training course; leaving $20.00 out of pocket cost to your parent.

You must possess a DOT approved helmet, goggles, boots, gloves, your own ATV and a willingness to learn about safe and responsible operation of ATVs.