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The BRC-Intermediate Motorcycle RiderCourse
Do you currently own a street motorcycle?
Are you riding on your permit?
Do you have 500+ miles of riding experience?
Then the BRC - Intermediate RiderCourse is for you!!
The BRC-Intermediate Motorcycle RiderCourse is the Learn 2 Ride, Inc. offering of the Motorcycle Safety Foundationís Basic RiderCourse (BRC).
The Motorcycle Safety Foundationís Basic RiderCourse (BRC) is a Beginner motorcycle rider- training program designed for those with very little or no experience in riding a motorcycle.
This combination classroom and hands-on motorcycle training program introduces the basic knowledge and physical skills necessary to ride a motorcycle and requires physical stamina, motor coordination, and mental alertness. The ability to ride a bicycle is necessary for this program.
Classroom adult learning discussions focus on: Rider Responsibility, Risk Awareness, Risk Acceptance and Management, Riding Preparation, and Street Strategies. At the end of the classroom session, the Knowledge Test is administered.
Range activities include Motorcycle Familiarization, Mounting, Friction Zone, Starting, Stopping, Straight Line Riding, Shifting, Turning, Cornering, Stopping Quickly, Limited Space Maneuvers, Leaning, Obstacles, Lane Changes and Avoiding Hazards. Each Range Exercise has a specific objective that must be achieved to continue. At the end of the Range Activities, the Riding Skill Evaluation is conducted.
Attendance, participation and achieving the objectives are required throughout the entire program. You need to know that there is no guarantee of successful completion!
Motorcycles are provided for this combination classroom and hands-on motorcycle rider education program. Loan helmets are also available.
Successful completion requires passing both a Knowledge Test and a Skill Evaluation and qualifies for the NYS DMV Road Test Waiver Option of the NYS DMV Road Test. The NYS specific MSF Completion Card is presented to a DMV office for the motorcycle license endorsement.
Classes begin in April and end in October. Weekend, weekday and weeknight courses are available.
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