Classes begin the last weekend in April and continue through the entire summer ending in September depending on weather.
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If you have any questions regarding classes (old or new), contact the Rider Education Coordinator at email@example.com or call the information line at 907-562-2339
We recommend it for people with no experience, or unsure if riding a motorcycle is really for them. No tests, no pressure, no worries. Student to instructor ratio is very low. It will give you valuable clutch and throttle practice that will help the student keep up with the fast pace of the basic rider course.
The Basic RiderCourse Licensing program provides the basic entry-level skills for a new rider to begin practicing and developing the mental and motor skills important for safer street operation.
This program is designed to teach the novice or experienced sidecar or trike rider the skills necessary to safely operate a three-wheeled vehicle on the street, even if you have never ridden any kind of motorcycle.
For the rider who knows what he or she is doing, or thinks they know. Most riders who have never taken a class will be surprised how much they’ll learn. You take this course on your own motorcycle, improving your skills on your own machine.
Same as the Basic RiderCourse 2, but with a passenger, on your own motorcycle. The course is designed for the rider who rides “two up” occasionally or all the time. This is excellent way for the driver to practice safety techniques with a passenger aboard.
The BBBRC is a five-hour riding course designed to help you develop basic riding skills. Exercises focus on a variety of cornering skills and limited-space maneuvers.
The ARC is an action oriented class geared to introduce concepts in time and space management. The overarching goal is to provide sufficient technical information, dynamic performance feedback, and peer group interaction to achieve an increase in perceptual filtering capacities to reduce risk while riding.
Skill Practice is a partial-day course consisting only of riding exercises. Range exercises will go deeper into crash-avoidance skills. Improving your braking and cornering finesse is emphasized. The course is beneficial for riders on any type of street motorcycle. You must bring your own motorcycle.
It consists of 3 hours of basic “on bike” riding instruction. No tests, no pressure, no worries. Student to instructor ratio is very low.
The Basic RiderCourse is the premier course for learning to ride a motorcycle and understand the safe practices for operating a motorcycle.