BRC Intermediate - Road Test Waiver & Skills Practice RiderCourse
A NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST IS REQUIRED BEFORE YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN A LEARN 2 RIDE COURSE AT MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, EVEN IF YOU ARE VACCINATED!!
The BRC - Intermediate RiderCourse is a 1-day Motorcycle Rider Training and NYS DMV Road Test Waiver program for current, permitted riders who have a valid NYS driver’s license, a valid motorcycle permit, and have practice ridden at least 40 hours including at least 10 hours in medium to high volume traffic.
You will use your own street legal motorcycle for this combination online, classroom and hands-on Rider Training Program.
This Course is not available for Junior Operators under 18 years of age.
Successful completion qualifies for NYS DMV Motorcycle Road Test Waiver.
OVERVIEW / READ CAREFULLY
1. Online eCourse Prerequisite: Mandatory before you attend. Click here for more information.
2. Classroom: A classroom session focuses on perception development and situational awareness to further develop the mental skills necessary for street riding.
3. Hands-on Riding Exercises: The Riding exercises practice slow speed control, limited space maneuvers, cornering judgement and finesse, stopping quickly - straight line and curves, and swerving to reinforce the skills found essentially absent in incident/crash involved motorcyclists.
You MUST meet the objectives of riding exercises #1 to continue. (If you cannot, you will be counseled out of this course (no refund) and advised to register and pay for the 2-day BRC-Beginner Course.) At the end of the riding exercises, the riding skill evaluation is conducted.
Successful completion requirements of the BRC-Intermediate.
Complete "Street Strategies" online eCourse (included as part of your course tuition) and provide completion certificate
Pass a Knowledge Test
Meet the Objectives of the Riding Exercises
Pass a Skill Evaluation (initial or retest)
COST: $250.00 due at time of registration
Attendance, participation and achieving the objectives are required throughout the entire program
There is no guarantee of successful completion
There are no refunds once the course begins
YOU MUST meet the objectives of Range Exercise # 1, Overall Evaluation to continue
YOU MUST possess a current, valid NYS Driver License. NO Junior License!!
YOU MUST possess a current, valid NYS Motorcycle Permit and have at least 40 hours riding including at least 10 hours in medium to high volume traffic
CLASS SIZE: 12 students (Maximum)
RIDING LOCATION: Monroe Community College’s Applied Technology Center, 2485 West Henrietta Rd, Rochester NY 14623
To Register for the Intermediate Course,
Download the Covid Information & the Course Registration
Follow all directions
You will recieve a confirmation email with further instructions