USAG Stuttgart’s Motorcycle Safety Course is back

By U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Safety Office

The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Motorcycle Safety Course and training site, located at the Stuttgart Army Airfield is now open, operational and available for use.  The training site provides personnel with required motorcycle training courses. Courses are being offered on the following dates and are available for registration.

– July 13  – Experienced Rider Course
– July 27  – Basic Rider Course
– July 27  – Intermediate Driver Training
– August 10 – Experienced Rider Course


Army members –  Register online via U.S. Army Traffic Safety Training Program Registration System at:

Note: Registration is Common Access Card (CAC) enabled.

All other service branches – Contact the USAG Stuttgart Safety Office at DSN: 430-5472.

Civilians or family members – Contact the Rider Mentor Coach at DSN: 431-2198/civ. 07031 15 2198.

A variety of Motorcycle Safety Foundation training courses are offered which are required for all active duty personnel to receive a valid Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) card in order to legally ride motorcycles in Europe.

Other notes for motorcycle use in Europe:

◾Personnel must have their stateside license with motorcycle endorsement or host nation license with endorsement to obtain a temporary U.S. Army Europe, Southern European Task Force, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, or U.S. Air Forces in Europe certificate of license.

◾Riders also need to temporarily register their motorcycle with vehicle registration. Successful completion of an MSF course allows permanent license and vehicle registration.

Additional information may be found at and on the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart SharePoint portal, Installation Safety Office; Motorcycle Safety Tips, Guidance and Information, here (CAC-enabled site).

For more information, contact the USAG Stuttgart Safety Office DSN:431-3832/civ. 0731-15-3832.

Related references: Army in Europe Regulation 190-1* Driver and Vehicle Requirements, 22 September 2016.