Course Summary

Course Description Total Hours License Earning Skills Required Skill Ratio Fee
BRC Provides the most information about safety and road skills.  Five (5) hours of classroom topics include selecting proper riding gear, defensive riding strategies and how to handle a variety of riding situations.  Prior to riding, a student will be required to complete the MSF online E-Course.  This online portion takes three (3) hours to complete.  Ten (10) hours of riding includes learning clutch-throttle control, stopping, turning, shifting and basic crash avoidance. 18 Yes Suggested that student should be able to ride a bicycle or scooter Beginner 1:6 $275
ABRC No formal classroom.  Various topics include, preparing to ride, road management and advanced riding techniques. 7 Yes Basic motorcycle skills including ability to use the clutch and throttle; up-shift and down-shift; stopping; making tight and gradual turns; and achieving a speed of at least 25 MPH. Advanced 1:6 $235
BRC2 Formerly known as the Experienced Rider Course (ERC).  Designed for people who have completed a BRC or ABRC course and want to improve your riding techniques, eliminate bad habits or just want more experience on your personal motorcycle.  Topics include preparing to ride, road management and advanced riding techniques. 6 No Same as ABRC and must have a valid motorcycle license Advanced 1:6 $135
BRCA Same course as BRC.  However, this course is designed for someone who needs more individualized training. 18 Yes Suggested that student should be able to ride a bicycle or scooter Beginner 1:3 $425
BRCB Same course as BRC.  However, this course is designed for someone who needs private training on the range. 18 Yes Suggested that student should be able to ride a bicycle or scooter Beginner 1:1 $695
EPC This course is designed for someone that needs some additional practice in riding after completing an ABC or BRC course.  This course is also designed for someone that needs a refresher of their basic riding skills. 1.5 No Basic motorcycle skills Beginner or Intermediate 1:6 $40
RRC This course is designed for someone who needs “on road” training and experience riding on the street.  This course provides a practical application of the basic physical and mental skills for managing risk.  The course consists of three (3) pre-approved routes.  Each route has one or more segments with safety related discussions of experiences and rider-specific coaching.  Routes are progressively more challenging and start with lower-speed areas and move to suburban area with multiple lane roadways, city streets and expressways. 4 No COMING SOON Same as ABRC and must have a valid motorcycle license Beginner or Immediate or Advanced 1:3 $195 if use own bike or $245