Basic RiderCourse2SM (BRC2)

The Basic RiderCourse2SM (BRC2) provides critiqued and coached practice for experienced cyclists riding their own motorcycles. The one-day (about 5 hours long) course is spent almost entirely on riding instruction. This riding course is only for experienced, properly licensed riders riding their own motorcycles.

What the BRC2 Will Do for You

  • Increase skills, knowledge, safety awareness and enjoyment
  • Become familiar with motorcycle dynamics, survival strategies, motorcycle loading, emergency braking, countersteering, counterweighting and accessory selection
  • Practice precise steering techniques and correct braking methods under controlled conditions with Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) certified instructors
  • Gain the knowledge necessary for further development of safe riding skills

BRC2 Requirements

This course is for riders with at least one year and 1,000 miles of riding experience (or are a BRC or IRC graduate with at least six months and 500 miles of experience), who can provide a street legal motorcycle that is in good mechanical repair, and have a valid motorcycle license. A DOT approved helmet, proof of current motorcycle registration or written approval from the owner of a motorcycle not your own, valid insurance and a completed motorcycle safety inspection checklist (checklist provided prior to the class or here) are required without exception.

What Gear You Need to Bring:

  • A DOT approved helmet (you may use one of our ¾ helmets if you wish
  • Eye protection, for our purposes sunglasses or regular prescription glasses are sufficient, we do have a small number of “snap-on” face shields at each of our locations
  • Long sleeved jacket or shirt, keep in mind how the temperature may change during your course
  • Full fingered gloves, leather preferred, an open back discouraged but acceptable
  • Long pants of denim or other heavy material, in good repair e.g. no holes, bell bottoms should be avoided
  • Over the ankle (ankle bone MUST be completely covered) footwear, a low heel is best, work/hiking/cowboy type boots or leather/heavy synthetic material high-tops are acceptable, cloth/canvas gym shoes or “Uggs-style” boots will not be allowed