Motorcycle Rider Training

Motorcycle Rider Training

AWARD: Training
LENGTH: Less than 1 Year


Basic Rider Course (BRC):

BRC is a three-day class held Friday-Sunday. Weekday classes are held Tuesday-Thursday and are available during the summer. This course includes classroom and on-motorcycle instruction. Riders will learn basic skills of motorcycle operation and safe riding strategies under controlled range condition. The BRC program provides motorcycles (none larger than 500 cc), helmets and textbook for each rider. Successful completion of the course prepares the rider for state licensing with an exemption in the skills and knowledge test at the DMV.


  • Must be able to ride a bicycle. The instructor reserves final authority in determining if a student is permitted to participate in the riding portion of the course.

  • The courses are physically demanding and students should be in good physical condition.



Required protective clothing. 1. Sturdy shoes high enough to cover the ankle; 2. Full fingered gloves; 3. Long pants (denim jeans are suggested); 4. Long sleeve shirt or jacket; 5. Eye protection (sunglasses or eyeglasses are suitable for range conditions). Students will not be permitted to ride without this clothing.
Students must have a Valid Driver's License or Learners Permit. Students under 18 years of age must have a parent's signature on the waiver forms that are mailed prior to class.


Motorcycle Riding Training