Basic Rider Course B (BRCB)

BRC B
  • Includes BRC course features
  • 5 hours classroom
  • 3 hours online E-Course
  • 10 hours riding
  • 1 student per coach
  • Designed for beginner riders
  • License earning
  • 1 on 1 individualized training
Baltimore $695

Same course as BRC. However, this course is designed for someone who needs more individualized training.  For this course the instructor to student ratio is 1:1.

Provides the most information about safety and road skills.  Students will be required to complete the online MSF Basic eCourse.  This online course includes topics on selecting proper riding gear, defensive riding strategies and how to handle a variety of riding situations.  The five (5) hours of classroom will help reinforce topics learned during the eCourse and will help students provide their own Rider Self-Assessment.  In addition, the student will discuss various topics including: situational awareness, risk reduction, traffic “traps”, driving tendencies, perception, visual acuity and reaction time.  During the course a student will learn the “SEE” principle which will be helpful when identifying traffic controls / roadway features, highway users, surface conditions and escape paths.

Prior to riding, a student will be required to complete the MSF online E-Course.  This online portion of the course takes three (3) hours to complete.

During the ten (10) hours of riding the student will become familiar with the motorcycle and will start off learning the friction zone, straight-line riding, clutch-throttle control, turning, shifting and stopping.  The student will gradually progress to cornering, swerving and emergency braking with additional training on cornering judgment, swerving and stopping quickly.  Throughout the course the instructors will evaluate and coach each rider’s performance.  The course concludes with a skill evaluation, knowledge test, course evaluation and overall course wrap-up.  Motorcycles and helmets for use in the course fee.  Motorcycles used in the course are owned by the Motorcycle Safety Academy and typically have engine displacements of 250cc.

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