The 3-Wheeled Basic RiderCourse or 3WBRC is an entry-level course comprised of 8 hours of interactive classroom learning and about 8 hours of hands-on riding instruction on automatic transmission 3-wheeled motorcycles (two wheels in front and one in back).
3WBRC Course Fee: $99The $99 special rate for the 3-Wheeled Basic RiderCourse only applies to students that use the 3-wheeled motorcycles we provide for training or their own Can-Am three-wheeler. Students may provide their own trike-style (one wheel in front; two in back) motorcycle for training, but the non-subsidized full tuition of $310 will apply. You will need to call our office to enroll if using your own motorcycle.
Riding Exercises include
Cornering and swerving
Low speed control skills
3-Wheeled motorcycle dynamics
On Site We provide
(2 in front, 1 in back)
You need to provide
Sturdy, non-flared long pants
Sturdy, over-the-ankle boots
Long-sleeved shirt or jacket
If necessary, rain-gear
In the Classroom you’ll learn about:
- factors that contribute to crashes
- optimizing perception and visual acuity
- using the Search – Evaluate – Execute strategy (SEE)
- how to make safety an executive function
- using self-assessment to create a positive risk-offset
Participants must be at least 16 years of age. Students under the age of 18 will require their parent or guardian’s signature on their NYSMSP Waiver and Indemnification Form. Click here for more details.
New York State residents must possess a valid car driver’s license in order to participate; you will need to obtain a motorcycle learner’s permit in order to apply the road test waiver after successful completion. This may be obtained from the DMV either before or after your course dates. (Students under age 18 will need to have held a valid motorcycle learner’s permit for 6 months before they can apply the road test waiver document.)
Out-of-state license holders may participate in the 3WBRC. However, they will not be eligible for the NYS Motorcycle Road Test Waiver.
Each 3W Basic RiderCourse has about 16 hours of instruction. Classes are generally scheduled over a two-day period, or sometimes an evening classroom session followed by two days. Other schedules may become available. The curriculum content of each class is identical, and all scheduling options qualify for the NYS 3W motorcycle road test waiver.
LicensingTo earn a NYSMSP BRC Road Test Waiver Completion Card first you must participate in the entire course. Secondly, pass a multiple-choice knowledge test in the classroom and lastly a riding skills evaluation on the practice range. Your successful completion qualifies you for a 3W Motorcycle License Road Test Waiver of the NYS DMV Road Test. Your licensing document will restrict you to 3-wheeled motorcycle operation.
Most motorcycle insurance companies offer a premium discount to RiderCourse graduates. Please contact your insurance carrier for specific details.