BRC2 Course Fee: $160
Even if you’ve been riding for some time, there’s always something new to learn! Increasing numbers of seasoned riders – many of them BRC graduates – are taking the BRC2 as a fun way to hone their riding skills on their own motorcycles. It’s a great opportunity to shake off those winter cobwebs and get focused on the task of motorcycling for a safe and enjoyable riding season!
The Basic RiderCourse 2 Skills Practice (BRC2) (formerly known as the Experienced RiderCourse) is a half-day motorcycle training class for experienced riders that already have their motorcycle endorsement. The class is range only – no classroom – and includes about 5 hours of hands-on riding exercises. Using your own motorcycle, you’ll practice techniques for managing traction, stopping quickly, cornering, and swerving.
Most Basic RiderCourse 2 Skills Practice classes are scheduled from 8am – 1:30pm. Additional courses and schedules may be added as the season progresses. For additional information click here.
The Basic RiderCourse 2 Skills Practice (BRC2) generally qualifies graduates for a motorcycle insurance premium discount; check with your carrier for details.
BRC2 - Skills Practice Each BRC2 will last approximately 5 1/2 hours
All range-work – no classroom
Open to licensed motorcyclists
You will perform the BRC2 exercises on your own motorcycle.
You must provide your own street-legal, registered, insured and inspected motorcycle.
And you will need to provide your motorcycle registration and insurance card and your motorcycle must pass the RiderCoaches’ pre-course safety check.
You must wear protective gear as follows:
Sturdy long pants/Jeans
Sturdy, over-the-ankle boots
Long-sleeved shirt or jacket
If necessary, rain-gear