Nice Work! Many current or previously ridden riders don't believe they have anything to learn after they have begun riding. Checking out an Experienced or Advanced Course to see how much more you could learn, says a lot about you as a motorcyclist.
We should all strive to be life long learners!
Motorcycle Safety Reports indicate that 75% of Motorcycle Crashes
involve “Experienced” riders.
This course addresses the need for additional training for Experienced Riders. It is designed for the Experienced Rider who has been riding for at least six months (or 2,000 miles) of experience on the bike they use for the class. The program consists of a 1/2 day, 6 hour session of training and practice on your motorcycle in a parking lot under the watchful and helpful eye of a trained instructor.
The Experienced Course (or BRC II) is very similar to the Basic Rider Course, except Speeds are Higher and you get to be on your own motorcycle. This gives you an perfect opportunity to hon in on your skills and abilities while riding your own bike. You'll gain a better relationship
and more confidence with your bike and lay a solid foundation to continue to
practice Experienced Level Skills. This course is also an excellent refresher course
for practicing and renewing riding skills.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS CLASS?
Anyone who already rides and is interested in becoming a better safer rider
We recommend that you have a valid car driver’s license
You will need to bring to class proof of Insurance and current Registration for your motorcycle
You must provide your own Street-Legal and Safe Motorcycle
You should be old enough to legally operate a motor vehicle*
*If you are under the age of 18, one of your parents or a legal guardian MUST be present with you on Saturday morning to sign the course waiver with you. If a parent or legal guardian is not with you Saturday morning, you cannot participate.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
6+ hours discovering what you and your Motorcycle can do under the guidance of a professional Rider Coach trainer.
Practice of Low Speed Maneuvering exercises to get you more comfortable with your Bike at Low Speeds
Hazard Avoidance exercises including Stopping, Swerving, and Obstacle Handling.
Cornering exercises at Speeds requiring Counter-Steering.
WHAT TO BRING:
Food/beverages for Breaks. Short Breaks are provided every couple of Exercises.
Required Gear (Listed Below)
DOT-Compliant Full or 3/4 Face Helmet. 1/2 Shell Helmets are NOT PERMITTED.
Don't have a helmet? You can borrow one of ours during your class.
Eye Protection: Prescription Glasses, Clear Glasses, Sun Glasses, and/or Face Shield
Long-sleeve Shirt or Jacket. If you have a Motorcycle Specific Jacket,
you are welcome to wear it
Long, non-flare Pants made of Denim or Equivalent or more Durable Material. No Yoga Pants
Over-the-Ankle Boots/Shoes (sturdy, not canvas). Must COVER the Ankle Bone
Full-Finger Gloves without Perforations. Garden, Mechanics, Motorcycle, etc.
Weather Specific Gear. Rain Gear, Warm Layers, Cooling Shirts, etc
PRIVATE ONE-ON-ONE OR PRIVATE GROUP EXPERIENCED RIDER COURSE
PRICING STARTS AT $600.00
Get the most out of your class experience in a one-on-one private class or a private group class with a personal professional Rider Coach trainer. Class offered on the day of your choice on a private range. Contact us for more information or to schedule your very own Private/Group class.