Advanced RiderCourse

You will learn:

  • High Speed Maneuvering
  • Quick Swerving / Avoidance Techniques
  • Counter Steering
  • Traction Control
  • Emergency Braking for Curves and Slippery Surfaces
  • Learn how to stop dragging expensive parts in turns!

No matter how long you have been riding, this course will challenge your skills!

The Advanced RiderCourse is designed for experienced riders of all types of bikes. The ARC uses techniques developed by sportbike riders both on and off the track.

The one day course is spent hands-on. Riders must use their own motorcycles. You must already have a valid motorcycle license and your bike must be licensed, insured (with proof of insurance) and street worthy.

The ARC is the public version of the Military SportBike RiderCourse (MSRC), and may be taken by riders using any type of motorcycle. It is a one-day course consisting of approximately 3½ hours of classroom activities and 4½ hours of riding activities.

The classroom activities are used to introduce new techniques which typically are used more by a sport bike rider than a cruiser or touring bike rider. These activities include a detailed group discussion on selecting better lines through turns, better braking techniques, better body positioning on the motorcycle. The range activities are used to reinforce these techniques and demonstrate that they can truly be utilized on any type of motorcycle, from a large cruiser to a sport bike. The activities are structured to simulate a real road experience, where the techniques discussed in the classroom can be applied and practiced in a repeatable fashion. A sample of the activities are to practice the ability to adjust lines (swerve) or brake while in a curve thus simulate the time when a rock falls on a canyon road. Additional activities focus on achieving the maximum amount of brakes that can be applied on your motorcycle, something that few riders actually practice, and most find as any eye opening experience.

 

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