Welcome Riders!

Westside Motorcycle Academy is the premier training facility in the greater Los Angeles area for new, current and re-entry riders.  We serve the community with the best rider education curricula while respecting, honoring and celebrating all learning abilities. In our mission to reduce motorcycle fatalities, we offer free advanced riding courses to Veterans.

NEED TO GET TRAINED & LICENSED? Take the CMSP Motorcyclist Training Course

Inglewood Location (midweek riding): Click HERE to enroll in Inglewood

West LA Location (weekend riding): Click HERE to enroll at West LA 

Long Beach Location : Click HERE to Enroll in Long Beach


The CMSP STATE CURRICULUM IS STRICTLY SEQUENTIAL: Participants must  attend all sessions in the exact order as indicated in their reservation. There are no deviations. All courses begin with Classroom 1. NO LATE ARRIVALS. Anyone arriving late to any session will be dismissed and will forfeit their course fee. REFUND POLICY: There are no refunds. RESCHEDULE POLICY: There are no reschedules.

WMA is certified by the California Motorcyclist Safety Program (CMSP). Upon completion of the Motorcycle Training Course, successful participants earn a DMV DL 389 Certificate.

ALREADY TRAINED AND LICENSED?    Take the SPRING REFRESHER in Long Beach. Riders must have their own motorcycle and M1 endorsement.

                                Celebrate Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month in May!                                 Take a course on your own bike at a super discounted price:

                        Enroll in the May, 2017 class→ Spring Refresher Class!

The CMSP Spring Refresher training is a four hours of riding on the rider’s own motorcycle. The purpose of the course is to provide experienced riders with some fine tuning of their skills on their own motorcycle at the beginning of the summer riding season. The course will also serve to make experienced riders aware that there is more to learn and to encourage them to seek out additional training. Riders must be licensed with a motorcycle endorsement on their license. In addition, riders must provide proof of insurance on their bike and current registration