This Class meets on Sunday, June 7, from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
The BRC 2 is for the rider who wants to refresh and practice street riding maneuvers. The 5 – 6 hour course, taken on your own motorcycle, fine-tunes riding skills, develops finesse and emphasizes strategies to reduce risks. The ability to handle various riding situations is developed and reinforced throughout the course. This is done by putting you through specially designed on-cycle maneuvers that improve your decision-making process.
This course is for riders who already have basic skills. It is similar to the BRC except speeds are higher and you should be on your own motorcycle. It’s an excellent refresher course for practicing and renewing riding skills. It includes an informal classroom component for discussing safety concepts based on past riding experiences and current knowledge.
Students who complete the BRC2 will be issued a waiver card that will allow waiver of the state road skill test and will receive their motorcycle endorsement/license upon presenting the appropriate course completion card to the license bureau.
Students must wear proper attire when participating in the motorcycle riding portion of the class. Proper attire includes: long pants, long sleeved shirt, over the ankle boots, full finger gloves, eye protection, helmet and rain gear, as needed. If you have a helmet, you may use it provided that it is DOT approved.
Class begins promptly at the designated start time. Your reservation for this class is only valid until the start time of the class. If you fail to show by the designated start time, walk-ins may be accepted to fill your spot. The tuition fee is not refundable. You are paying for a guaranteed spot in this class. If you are late, fail to show or complete the class for any reason, you will forfeit your tuition. If you need to make a change to another class, you must do so at least seven (7) full days prior to the first class meeting or charges will apply according to the attached FAQ’s.
Sunday, June 7, 2pm – 8pm, BRC2
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