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Riding - You will ride with up to 7 other people of similar experience level on motorcycles or scooters of 250cc displacement or less in a controlled, safe, and relaxed closed range environment.


Classroom Only - You will participate in classroom activities with up to 15 additional individuals.
 
Basic RiderCourse - $260 Register for course
If you need to get your Motorcycle License Endorsement and don't have a lot of motorcycling experience this is the class for you.

In the Basic RiderCourse , you will learn:

To have more fun by riding your motorcycle safely. ·

The basics: what to wear, how to start and stop your motorcycle, and motorcycle controls. ·
Street strategies to avoid trouble and stay safe. ·

How to maneuver your motorcycle in tough situations.

Swerving, avoiding collisions, special situations, lane changes, passing, and avoiding hazards.

The Basic RiderCourse is a 18 to 20 hour program.

The weekeknd course takes place over Saturday 7:00 am - 5:00pm, and Sunday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm.

The Course provides ~ 6 hours of classroom training and 11-12 hours of on the motorcycle operator training consisting of 20 - 25 miles of on the motorcycle instruction in a controlled, off-street environment..
The weekday courses take place over a 2 day period from 7:00 am - 5:00 pm with the same content as the weekeknd corses..
No experience is necessary; a good sense of balance is required (you must be able to ride a bicycle).

Here's a short list of some of the topics covered in the course.

Introduction to motorcycling
Protective gear / What to wear
Controls such as the clutch and brakes
Pre-ride inspection of your motorcycle
Preparing to ride your motorcycle on the class range
Street strategies to avoid trouble and stay safe
Driving and riding impairments such as use of alcohol and drugs
How to maneuver your motorcycle
Avoiding obstacles
Lane changes
Passing
Riding at night
Collision avoidance skills
Swerving
Special situations
Carrying a passenger or cargo
Dealing with tire failure
Dealing with animals
And other topics, all included to increase your motorcycle riding enjoyment and safety.

You must complete the MSF BRC workbook prior to class (a 2-3 hour task), and bring the following gear with you:

Helmet, must be DOT approved 3/4 or full faced. If you don't have one we provide helmets.
Eye protection, regular eyeglasses or sunglasses.
Sturdy (leather) full fingered gloves.
Long sleeved shirt or jacket.
Sturdy full length, non flared, pants (Levis).
Sturdy (rubber soled) boots or shoes that cover the ankle.

Call 303-233-0081 if you have any questions.
 
BRC-2 (Formerly the ERC) $150 Register for course
For experienced riders with good skills and 3-5K miles of on street riding and 6 months of recent riding experience.
 
BRC-2 / ERC With License Waiver $150.00 Register for course
This is the EXACT same course that other schools are charging up to $250.00 dollars for!

It's a half day course.

You use your own motorcycle.

It may qualify graduates for insurance premium discounts with some motorcycle insurers.

Even if you've been riding for some time, there's always something new to learn.

Increasing numbers of seasoned riders are flocking to the half-day Experienced RiderCourse to hone their skills and fine-tune the mental skills needed for survival in traffic.

You'll discuss with your peers how to balance the mental and physical aspects of safe riding, manage risk, increase visibility and optimize your lane position.

The 'Experienced RiderCourse ' also covers protective gear, rider responsibility, motorcycle inspection and care, the effects of alcohol and other drugs on riding, and can include an optional skill evaluation and knowledge test.

Using your own motorcycle, you'll put into practice the techniques of managing traction, stopping quickly, cornering and swerving.

You must bring the following gear with you:

Helmet, must be DOT approved 3/4 or full faced. If you don't have one we provide helmets.
Eye protection, regular eyeglasses or sunglasses.
Sturdy (leather) full fingered gloves.
Long sleeved shirt or jacket.
Sturdy full length, non flared, pants (Levis).
Sturdy (rubber soled) boots or shoes that cover the ankle.

Call 303-233-0081 if you have any questions.