This is important. Take a moment.
In order to successfully complete this course, students must:
Attend the entire course. If you are late, you cannot be admitted and will forfeit the tuition.
Bring proper riding gear (see list at right).
Comply with all directions from the instructor. Our primary concern is safety for you and your fellow class participants.
Demonstrate minimum acceptable standards for each exercise.
Operate the motorcycle in safe manner.
Pass written knowledge test and riding skills evaluation
A motorcycle and DOT-approved full-face helmet will be provided for all participants.You must meet the objective of each exercise to continue through the course. This is for your safety and the safety of the other participants in the class. Enrolling in this course is not a guarantee you will pass or complete the course. Every rider has different learning and motor skill development abilities.
NOTE: If you are currently in the GDL program, you may not be eligible to receive the road test waiver. GDL holders should ask when registering.
PROPER RIDING GEAR
Federal DOT-approved helmet (helmets will be provided for BRC courses)
Long-sleeved shirt and long pants (Torn or ripped clothing is not permitted)
Full-fingered gloves without holes (Leather is preferred; Open fingerless gloves are not permitted)
Over-the-ankle boots, preferably with rubber soles (Please keep in mind you will need to operate the motorcycle foot controls., and thick-soled, deep lug boots can make this challenging; Rubber soles preferred; Canvas sneakers are not permitted)
Learn more on our FAQ page.
For our Experienced Rider Course students, before you arrive...
The BRC2 will include a check of valid insurance, a safety check of your motorcycle — including tire pressure. Arrive with enough fuel to complete the course, you will not have time to leave to refuel during the course.
Personal motorcycles must be street legal, in good operating condition and pass a routine pre-ride check given as a part of the course. Riders must provide their own riding gear, which includes a DOT-certified helmet, eye protection, long sleeve shirt or jacket, full-fingered gloves, long pants and sturdy over-the-ankle footwear (no canvas sneakers).
We are guests at the colleges. If your motorcycle exhausts are excessively loud on your motorcycle you will not be allowed to take part in the class. We have a reasonable tolerance for some exhaust modifications but you know if it is excessively loud. All decisions by the RiderCoach on this issue at the time of the class are final. You will forfeit any tuition paid for the place in the class.