22nd
July, 2017

Basic Rider Course (BRC)

Arrive at 0715

Perfect for beginning or returning riders, the Basic RiderCourse is designed to be an introduction to motorcycle riding. Incorporating both classroom instruction (approximately five hours) and on-bike exercises (approximately ten hours), the course takes a proven step-by-step approach to teach and refine each skill before moving on. The course is typically split up over two days. Students must be able to ride a bicycle, and some locations may require students to bring their own protective gear; check the registration information for your location to see if this applies.

25th
July, 2017

Driver Improvement Program

Arrive at 0715

Managing Visibility, Time and Space teaches drivers how to prepare the vehicle for optimum visibility, compensate for environmental factors, drive defensively and react to potentially dangerous traffic situations. We focus on “risks involved with driving, road ready vehicles, situational awareness, time-speed-distance, drugs-drunk driving and driving emergencies”.

29th
July, 2017

Basic Rider Course II (BRCII)

Arrive at 0715

Formerly known as the Experienced RiderCourse (or ERC), the BRC II utilizes a student’s own bike to build upon the techniques taught in the BRC. This course focuses on improving a rider’s handling and control of their motorcycle.

31st
July, 2017

Driver Improvement Program

Arrive at 0715

Managing Visibility, Time and Space teaches drivers how to prepare the vehicle for optimum visibility, compensate for environmental factors, drive defensively and react to potentially dangerous traffic situations. We focus on “risks involved with driving, road ready vehicles, situational awareness, time-speed-distance, drugs-drunk driving and driving emergencies”.

1st
August, 2017

Basic Rider Course (BRC)

Arrive at 0715

Perfect for beginning or returning riders, the Basic RiderCourse is designed to be an introduction to motorcycle riding. Incorporating both classroom instruction (approximately five hours) and on-bike exercises (approximately ten hours), the course takes a proven step-by-step approach to teach and refine each skill before moving on. The course is typically split up over two days. Students must be able to ride a bicycle, and some locations may require students to bring their own protective gear; check the registration information for your location to see if this applies.

3rd
August, 2017

Basic Rider Course II (BRCII)

Arrive at 0715

Formerly known as the Experienced RiderCourse (or ERC), the BRC II utilizes a student’s own bike to build upon the techniques taught in the BRC. This course focuses on improving a rider’s handling and control of their motorcycle.

10th
August, 2017

Advanced Rider Course (ARC)

Arrive at 0715

Range exercises enhance both basic operating skills and crash-avoidance skills. Improving your braking and cornering finesse is emphasized. The course is open to riders on any type of street motorcycle.

15th
August, 2017

Basic Rider Course (BRC)

Arrive at 0715

Perfect for beginning or returning riders, the Basic RiderCourse is designed to be an introduction to motorcycle riding. Incorporating both classroom instruction (approximately five hours) and on-bike exercises (approximately ten hours), the course takes a proven step-by-step approach to teach and refine each skill before moving on. The course is typically split up over two days. Students must be able to ride a bicycle, and some locations may require students to bring their own protective gear; check the registration information for your location to see if this applies.

17th
August, 2017

Basic Rider Course II (BRCII)

Arrive at 0715

Formerly known as the Experienced RiderCourse (or ERC), the BRC II utilizes a student’s own bike to build upon the techniques taught in the BRC. This course focuses on improving a rider’s handling and control of their motorcycle.

19th
August, 2017

Basic Rider Course (BRC)

Arrive at 0715

Perfect for beginning or returning riders, the Basic RiderCourse is designed to be an introduction to motorcycle riding. Incorporating both classroom instruction (approximately five hours) and on-bike exercises (approximately ten hours), the course takes a proven step-by-step approach to teach and refine each skill before moving on. The course is typically split up over two days. Students must be able to ride a bicycle, and some locations may require students to bring their own protective gear; check the registration information for your location to see if this applies.

29th
August, 2017

Basic Rider Course (BRC)

Arrive at 0715

Perfect for beginning or returning riders, the Basic RiderCourse is designed to be an introduction to motorcycle riding. Incorporating both classroom instruction (approximately five hours) and on-bike exercises (approximately ten hours), the course takes a proven step-by-step approach to teach and refine each skill before moving on. The course is typically split up over two days. Students must be able to ride a bicycle, and some locations may require students to bring their own protective gear; check the registration information for your location to see if this applies.

31st
August, 2017

Basic Rider Course II (BRCII)

Arrive at 0715

Formerly known as the Experienced RiderCourse (or ERC), the BRC II utilizes a student’s own bike to build upon the techniques taught in the BRC. This course focuses on improving a rider’s handling and control of their motorcycle.

31st
August, 2017

Military Sport Bike Rider Course (MSRC)

Arrive at 0715

This fast-paced one-day course will refine a rider’s cornering, braking, and crash-avoidance skills. A teamwork approach is brought to the classroom activities and range discussions to improve rider behavior, perception skills and hazard awareness. Range exercises enhance both basic and crash-avoidance skills. Improved braking and cornering finesse is emphasized. Most branches of the Department of Defense require sport bike riders to complete this course.

24th
September, 2017

Driver Improvement Program

Arrive at 0715

Managing Visibility, Time and Space teaches drivers how to prepare the vehicle for optimum visibility, compensate for environmental factors, drive defensively and react to potentially dangerous traffic situations. We focus on “risks involved with driving, road ready vehicles, situational awareness, time-speed-distance, drugs-drunk driving and driving emergencies”.

25th
September, 2017

Driver Improvement Program

Arrive at 0715

Managing Visibility, Time and Space teaches drivers how to prepare the vehicle for optimum visibility, compensate for environmental factors, drive defensively and react to potentially dangerous traffic situations. We focus on “risks involved with driving, road ready vehicles, situational awareness, time-speed-distance, drugs-drunk driving and driving emergencies”.

28th
July, 2017

Motorcycle Mentorship Ride

0700 Excanage Parking Lot Dix