11th
July, 2020

Basic Rider Course Update with eCourse (BRCU)

The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles, helmets and riding gloves are provided for your use. This is a two day course which includes classroom, range, plus knowledge and skill tests. The course will require the completion of an eCourse (online course) which must be completed prior to attending class. The eCourse is free for Military and will receive a code once registered for a class (confirmed and standby). DOD civilians, contractors, retirees and dependents will be charged for the course through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. You must bring the eCourse certificate to first day of class. Certificate is good for 30 days, if hands on class is taken after 30 days of certificate completion date, the eCourse must be retaken. For walk-in students you will have till the end of the 2nd day of class to complete the eCourse and turn in your certificate to your course instructor.
You will not receive your BRC card and any completed course documentation unless you successfully complete the 2 day BRC class and eCourse.

11th
June, 2020

Basic Rider Course II (BRCII)

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.

13th
June, 2020

Basic Rider Course Update with eCourse (BRCU)

The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles, helmets and riding gloves are provided for your use. This is a two day course which includes classroom, range, plus knowledge and skill tests. The course will require the completion of an eCourse (online course) which must be completed prior to attending class. The eCourse is free for Military and will receive a code once registered for a class (confirmed and standby). DOD civilians, contractors, retirees and dependents will be charged for the course through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. You must bring the eCourse certificate to first day of class. Certificate is good for 30 days, if hands on class is taken after 30 days of certificate completion date, the eCourse must be retaken. For walk-in students you will have till the end of the 2nd day of class to complete the eCourse and turn in your certificate to your course instructor.
You will not receive your BRC card and any completed course documentation unless you successfully complete the 2 day BRC class and eCourse.

16th
May, 2020

Basic Rider Course II (BRCII)

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.

18th
August, 2020

Basic Rider Course Update with eCourse (BRCU)

The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles, helmets and riding gloves are provided for your use. This is a two day course which includes classroom, range, plus knowledge and skill tests. The course will require the completion of an eCourse (online course) which must be completed prior to attending class. The eCourse is free for Military and will receive a code once registered for a class (confirmed and standby). DOD civilians, contractors, retirees and dependents will be charged for the course through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. You must bring the eCourse certificate to first day of class. Certificate is good for 30 days, if hands on class is taken after 30 days of certificate completion date, the eCourse must be retaken. For walk-in students you will have till the end of the 2nd day of class to complete the eCourse and turn in your certificate to your course instructor.
You will not receive your BRC card and any completed course documentation unless you successfully complete the 2 day BRC class and eCourse.

19th
May, 2020

Basic Rider Course Update with eCourse (BRCU)

The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles, helmets and riding gloves are provided for your use. This is a two day course which includes classroom, range, plus knowledge and skill tests. The course will require the completion of an eCourse (online course) which must be completed prior to attending class. The eCourse is free for Military and will receive a code once registered for a class (confirmed and standby). DOD civilians, contractors, retirees and dependents will be charged for the course through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. You must bring the eCourse certificate to first day of class. Certificate is good for 30 days, if hands on class is taken after 30 days of certificate completion date, the eCourse must be retaken. For walk-in students you will have till the end of the 2nd day of class to complete the eCourse and turn in your certificate to your course instructor.
You will not receive your BRC card and any completed course documentation unless you successfully complete the 2 day BRC class and eCourse.

2nd
May, 2020

Basic Rider Course Update with eCourse (BRCU)

The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles, helmets and riding gloves are provided for your use. This is a two day course which includes classroom, range, plus knowledge and skill tests. The course will require the completion of an eCourse (online course) which must be completed prior to attending class. The eCourse is free for Military and will receive a code once registered for a class (confirmed and standby). DOD civilians, contractors, retirees and dependents will be charged for the course through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. You must bring the eCourse certificate to first day of class. Certificate is good for 30 days, if hands on class is taken after 30 days of certificate completion date, the eCourse must be retaken. For walk-in students you will have till the end of the 2nd day of class to complete the eCourse and turn in your certificate to your course instructor.
You will not receive your BRC card and any completed course documentation unless you successfully complete the 2 day BRC class and eCourse.

20th
August, 2020

Basic Rider Course II (BRCII)

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.

21st
July, 2020

Basic Rider Course Update with eCourse (BRCU)

The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles, helmets and riding gloves are provided for your use. This is a two day course which includes classroom, range, plus knowledge and skill tests. The course will require the completion of an eCourse (online course) which must be completed prior to attending class. The eCourse is free for Military and will receive a code once registered for a class (confirmed and standby). DOD civilians, contractors, retirees and dependents will be charged for the course through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. You must bring the eCourse certificate to first day of class. Certificate is good for 30 days, if hands on class is taken after 30 days of certificate completion date, the eCourse must be retaken. For walk-in students you will have till the end of the 2nd day of class to complete the eCourse and turn in your certificate to your course instructor.
You will not receive your BRC card and any completed course documentation unless you successfully complete the 2 day BRC class and eCourse.

21st
May, 2020

Advanced Rider Course (ARC)

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.

23rd
July, 2020

Advanced Rider Course (ARC)

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.

23rd
June, 2020

Basic Rider Course Update with eCourse (BRCU)

The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles, helmets and riding gloves are provided for your use. This is a two day course which includes classroom, range, plus knowledge and skill tests. The course will require the completion of an eCourse (online course) which must be completed prior to attending class. The eCourse is free for Military and will receive a code once registered for a class (confirmed and standby). DOD civilians, contractors, retirees and dependents will be charged for the course through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. You must bring the eCourse certificate to first day of class. Certificate is good for 30 days, if hands on class is taken after 30 days of certificate completion date, the eCourse must be retaken. For walk-in students you will have till the end of the 2nd day of class to complete the eCourse and turn in your certificate to your course instructor.
You will not receive your BRC card and any completed course documentation unless you successfully complete the 2 day BRC class and eCourse.

25th
June, 2020

Advanced Rider Course (ARC)

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.

26th
October, 2020

Driver Improvement Program

Start 0800

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”.

27th
April, 2020

Driver Improvement Program

0800 start

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”.

27th
July, 2020

Driver Improvement Program

Start 0800

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”.

27th
June, 2020

Basic Rider Course II (BRCII)

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.

27th
October, 2020

Driver Improvement Program

Start 0800

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
April, 2020

Driver Improvement Program

0800

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, 2020

Driver Improvement Program

Start 0800

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”.

4th
August, 2020

Basic Rider Course Update with eCourse (BRCU)

The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles, helmets and riding gloves are provided for your use. This is a two day course which includes classroom, range, plus knowledge and skill tests. The course will require the completion of an eCourse (online course) which must be completed prior to attending class. The eCourse is free for Military and will receive a code once registered for a class (confirmed and standby). DOD civilians, contractors, retirees and dependents will be charged for the course through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. You must bring the eCourse certificate to first day of class. Certificate is good for 30 days, if hands on class is taken after 30 days of certificate completion date, the eCourse must be retaken. For walk-in students you will have till the end of the 2nd day of class to complete the eCourse and turn in your certificate to your course instructor.
You will not receive your BRC card and any completed course documentation unless you successfully complete the 2 day BRC class and eCourse.

6th
August, 2020

Basic Rider Course II (BRCII)

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.

7th
July, 2020

Basic Rider Course Update with eCourse (BRCU)

The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles, helmets and riding gloves are provided for your use. This is a two day course which includes classroom, range, plus knowledge and skill tests. The course will require the completion of an eCourse (online course) which must be completed prior to attending class. The eCourse is free for Military and will receive a code once registered for a class (confirmed and standby). DOD civilians, contractors, retirees and dependents will be charged for the course through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. You must bring the eCourse certificate to first day of class. Certificate is good for 30 days, if hands on class is taken after 30 days of certificate completion date, the eCourse must be retaken. For walk-in students you will have till the end of the 2nd day of class to complete the eCourse and turn in your certificate to your course instructor.
You will not receive your BRC card and any completed course documentation unless you successfully complete the 2 day BRC class and eCourse.

8th
August, 2020

Advanced Rider Course (ARC)

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.

9th
July, 2020

Basic Rider Course II (BRCII)

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.

9th
June, 2020

Basic Rider Course Update with eCourse (BRCU)

The best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles, helmets and riding gloves are provided for your use. This is a two day course which includes classroom, range, plus knowledge and skill tests. The course will require the completion of an eCourse (online course) which must be completed prior to attending class. The eCourse is free for Military and will receive a code once registered for a class (confirmed and standby). DOD civilians, contractors, retirees and dependents will be charged for the course through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. You must bring the eCourse certificate to first day of class. Certificate is good for 30 days, if hands on class is taken after 30 days of certificate completion date, the eCourse must be retaken. For walk-in students you will have till the end of the 2nd day of class to complete the eCourse and turn in your certificate to your course instructor.
You will not receive your BRC card and any completed course documentation unless you successfully complete the 2 day BRC class and eCourse.