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Basic Rider's Course

The primary goal of the Basic RiderCourse (BRC) is to provide an introduction to the fundamentals of safe, responsible motorcycling. The BRC is designed to prepare riders for entry into the complex world of traffic. It consists of classroom and on-cycle instruction, and includes a variety of learning activities. Classroom experiences consist of 5 hours of RiderCoach-led discussions and the utilization of interactive multimedia. On-cycle instruction is conducted on a paved area away from the street. The riding portion of the curriculum consists of approximately 10 hours of instruction. Evaluation for the BRC consists of a written, multiple choice knowledge test and an end-of-course skills test.



Basic RiderCourse Videos

Welcome to the Ride

Welcome to the Ride
This 5-minute video introduces the many diverse aspects of street motorcycling. Welcome to the club...

Welcome to the passion... welcome to the ride!

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Basic RiderCourse Highlights Basic RiderCourse Highlights
This 5-minute video is a capsule summary of what you'll experience in our hands-on, 15 hour, Basic RiderCourse training program.

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Group Riding

Group Riding
This 12-minute edit (36 mb wmv format) of the video in the MSF Guide to Group Riding Kit explains riding formations, pre-ride meetings, hand signals, and more. See “Host An Event” page for more details.

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