IMPROVE YOUR RIDE
The Basic RiderCourse2 is a half-day course for riders who want to become more comfortable riding their own motorcycles. The BRC2 class provides an opportunity to improve basic street riding techniques and crash-avoidance maneuvers. Students must provide their own motorcycle, proof of insurance, and protective riding gear.
This class is perfect for recent BRC graduates, great as a spring refresher, to sharpen skills, or to get more comfortable with a new bike. This course may also be taken while carrying an adult passenger. (Rider and passenger may not share riding responsibilities).
Students passing the skill evaluation at the end of the course receive a completion card and earn their motorcycle license –waiving the on-cycle skills test at the local DLC.
The Advanced RiderCourse is a one-day course for experienced riders who desire to learn and practice more in-depth riding techniques.
The ARC is an action oriented class geared to introduce concepts in time and space management. The overarching goal is to provide sufficient technical information, dynamic performance feedback, and peer group interaction to achieve an increase in perceptual filtering capacities to reduce risk while riding.
Students must provide their own motorcycle, proof of insurance, and protective riding gear.
Even when the weather doesn't cooperate, you can still participate in the Advanced RiderCourse classroom. Learn techniques and tools in the classroom to keep your riding skills fresh, while dreaming of the spring riding season to begin. Once you complete the classroom, you are provided with your choice of spring riding sessions to complete the Advanced RiderCourse program.