Important Basic Rider Course 2 Information
Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC2): Get your license course for those who ride frequently and own a motorcycle.
Basic Rider Course 2 is a bring your OWN MOTORCYCLE course and is for riders who already have basic skills in riding a motorcycle and need a motorcycle license or those who just want to freshen up their skills. This is a 1 day 8 hour course that will qualify you for a license waiver and exempt you from the road test at the DMV. The BRC 2 is similar to the Basic Rider course but speeds are higher and you must use your own motorcycle in the class. There is formal classroom component along with a skills test at the end of the course. Please note that basic riding skills are required. Riders must meet minimum controls skills in the first 2 exercises in order to continue. Anyone who at a rider coach’s discretion does not meet the minimum skills will be moved into the Basic Rider Course. Tuition paid for the BRC 2 will be applied to the cost of tuition for the Basic Rider course.
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This course requires the completion of the MSF online E-Course prior to the first day of class This E-course must be completed and a printed copy of the certificate of completion handed in on your first day of class. Please note that the E-course has a average completion time of about 3 hours. This time can vary based on your device and internet connection speed. Please note before taking the E-course that the certificate is only valid for 30 days after completion. A link to the MSF e-course and coupon code will be E-mailed to you upon completion of your registration.
All riders must provide their OWN MOTORCYCLE and the following gear prior to riding in the course:
A DOT certified helmet, preferably a minimum 3/4 helmet. Full fingered gloves, over the ankle boots, long sleeve shirt or jacket, long pants and eye protection if you do not have a face shield.
All riders must provide the following documents prior to riding in the course:
A valid motorcycle instruction ( LEARNERS ) permit OR a class “M” motorcycle license. Proof of insurance for the motorcycle you are riding in class. If you borrow a motorcycle that is not registered to you to use in class, you must provide again proof of insurance and a letter of permission from the motorcycle’s registered owner that permits you to use that motorcycle.