Welcome to RSRS!
Ride Safe, Ride Smart! Motorcycle Safety Training (RSRS) is recognized by the national Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) and licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. RSRS operates in southwestern Minnesota with their current range in Sleepy Eye. Previous courses were taught in Windom, Fairmont, and New Ulm.
At RSRS, our goal is to make motorcycling safer and more enjoyable! Our key messages include:
- Get trained and licensed.
- Wear protective gear.
- Ride unimpaired by alcohol or other drugs.
- Ride within your own skill limits.
- Be a lifelong learner by taking refresher rider courses.
Brent grew up riding mini bikes with his brothers and sister. His first bike was a Gemini SST80 that his dad bought from the local John Deere dealer. Since then, he has owned Hondas, BMWs, Yamahas, and one Harley. He loves motorcycling and has traveled the country in search of the ultimate motorbike experiences. Wanting to share his passion for motorcycles with others, Brent trained to become a RiderCoach in 2003. He taught MSF courses within the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system before starting his own training school in 2008. Brent graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College in 1981 with a business and accounting degree. He is currently self-employed.
Debby rode tens of thousands of miles on the back of Brent’s motorcycles before she decided to ride her own bike. She took a BRC herself and bought her first bike, a Honda 250 Nighthawk. That training experience led her to add more bikes to her stable. She began her coaching career by helping Brent as a range aide, and then she completed MSF RiderCoach training during the summer of 2007. She taught within the MnSCU system before joining Brent with RSRS. These opportunities have allowed her to combine her two loves – teaching and motorcycles. Debby graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College in 1982 with a degree in education. After 37 years of teaching Special Ed students, she has downshifted to teaching English Learners part-time at the Mountain Lake Public Schools.