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:
Appropriate riding gear is required for participation in the range exercises. You will need bring the following riding gear to be able to participate in any and all motorcycle interaction.
- DOT approved helmet
- Full fingered gloves
- Boots that COVER THE ANKLE FULLY
- Long sleeve shirt or jacket
- Ankle length non-flare pants without holes
- Eye protection if your helmet does not have a face shield ( prescription glasses or sunglasses are sufficient)
This gear is mandatory by rules set forth from Ride Alive Motorcycle Academy LLC, Motorcycle Safety Foundation and Wisconsin Motorcycle Safety Program. You cannot participate in any range exercises without the required safety gear. If your skin is exposed, you will be not be allowed to participate in the course and may be subject to a Reschedule Fee.
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.