Basic RiderCourse 2

This is a 5.5 hour course. (previously the Experienced RiderCourse ERC)

  • Completion of the Basic RiderCourse 2 satisfies the requirements of the Department of Defense Instruction regarding motorcycle training for active duty military members and civilians operating a motorcycle on military installations. The Basic RiderCourse 2 also satisfies the training requirement for active duty members operating a motorcycle off of military installations.

Even if you've been riding for some time, there's always something new to learn. Increasing numbers of seasoned riders are flocking to this course to hone their skills and fine-tune the mental skills needed for survival in traffic. You'll discuss with your peers how to balance the mental and physical aspects of safe riding, manage risk, increase visibility and optimize your lane position. The course also covers protective gear, rider responsibility, motorcycle inspection and care, the effects of alcohol and other drugs on riding, and includes an optional skill evaluation and knowledge test. Using your own motorcycle, you'll put into practice the techniques of managing traction, stopping quickly, cornering and swerving.

BRC2 Skills Practice

Designed for riders who have successfully completed the BRC or who possess basic operational skills.

  • Riders may use a training motorcycle or their own safe, street-ready motorcycle (proof of insurance will be checked).
  • There is no knowledge or skill test.
  • Passengers are permitted
Prerequisites
  • Successfully competed a Basic RiderCourse (BRC); or
  • Have sufficient on-road experience and skill to be able to perform basic maneuvering and handling skills such as maintaining balance, demonstrating smooth clutch-throttle control, brake usage and turning procedures; AND
  • Must successfully achieve the objectives of Exercise 1, Control at Low Speed, and must successfully achieve the objectives of subsequent exercises to continue.

BRC2 License Waiver RiderCourse

Designed for riders who as yet do not possess a state motorcycle license endorsement. Its features are:

  • A State may use this as a license waiver course for experienced riders with permits.
  • Riders may use a training motorcycle or their own safe, street-ready motorcycle(proof of insurance will be checked).
  • Successful completion of a knowledge test and skill test is required.
Prerequisites
  • Must possess a current, valid motorcycle permit.
  • Must be physically capable of riding a motorcycle to the training site; AND
  • Must successfully achieve the objectives of Exercise 1, Control at Low Speed, and must successfully achieve the objectives of subsequent exercises to continue.

Please contact MTA so that we are aware of any special medical requirements or any other special considerations that may be required. Click here to find out more.

You must provide your own eye protection, over the ankle footwear (non-canvas), full fingered gloves, long pants and long sleeves.

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