LEARN TO RIDE & LICENSE COURSES
Class schedules are posted 4-6 weeks in advance of the class start date
The BRC2 is approximately a 6 hour course for riders who own their motorcycle and wish to obtain their motorcycle license. This course is also for licensed riders who want to practice and increase their riding confidence on their own motorcycles. The BRC2 focuses on improving street riding techniques and crash avoidance maneuvers.
Students must provide their own motorcycle, proof of insurance and protective riding gear.
Students passing the skill evaluation at the end of the course receive a completion card and earn their motorcycle license –waiving the on-cycle skills test at the local DLC.
The Basic Rider Course is approximately a 15 hour licensing course for those with little or no motorcycle experience. The course is broken into multiple segments, 5 hours of classroom instruction and approximately 10 hours of on-cycle training.
Total instruction time is 15 hours, including a skill evaluation at the end of the course. Students meeting evaluation standards receive a completion card and their Class M license, waiving the on-cycle skills test at the DLC. Motorcycles and helmets are provided by the program for this course.
Even when the weather doesn’t cooperate, you can still participate in the Basic Rider Course 5 hour classroom. By completing the classroom in the winter, students will be provided with a choice of spring riding sessions to complete the on-cycle instructional portion of training. Once students complete the training and meet the evaluation standards in the spring, they will receive a completion card and Class M license, waiving the on-cycle skills test at the DLC.
The 3 Wheel Course is a hands-on, step by step course designed to teach beginning 3 wheel motorcyclists the physical and mental skills necessary to ride safely on the street. The course is conducted across multiple days and includes on-cycle training.
Students must provide their own 3 wheel cycle, proof of insurance and protective riding gear. Students that meet evaluation standards at the end of the course receive a completion card and their Class M license with a “9” restriction. This restriction prohibits operating a 2-wheeled motorcycle.