Experienced RiderCourses for 

Licensed Riders

BRC2 - Skills Practice
ARC - Advanced RiderCourse (scroll down)

As a current rider interested in skills training, you should consider becoming a RiderCoach

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The Basic RiderCourse 2 is a 1-day Practice Course for licensed riders wishing to further the skills introduced, learned, and practiced in the Basic RiderCourse OR riders who have a license and have not ridden in some time. 

 

The BRC 2-Skills Practice Course includes a 2-hour Street Strategies online eCourse, a 3-hour classroom session to refine and expand Street Strategies and approximately 5 - 6 hours of on-cycle instruction and practice, utilizing your own street-legal motorcycle.

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The range activities practice slow speed control, limited space maneuvers, corners judgement and fitness, braking quickly – straight-line and curves, and swerving to reinforce the skills found essentially absent in incident/crash involved motorcyclists.

 

  • Participation in this course require physical stamina, motor coordination, and mental alertness

  • You MUST possess a valid NYS/Out-of-State driver’s license with Motorcycle Endorsement

    • Verified by RiderCoach prior to participation

  • You must provide a street-legal motorcycle; licensed, registered, inspected, and insured

    • Verified by RiderCoach prior to participation

    • Cost: $125.00. Payable with registration ($10 Cash Rebate for BRC Graduates with Completion Card)

    • Location: Monroe Community College, 1000 East Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14623, Parking Lot M-1

    • Class Size: 12 maximum (6 minimum)

    • Experience: You should have at least 500 miles of diversified street riding before taking this course

  • Required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

    • Helmet – minimum DOT approved

    • Eye protection – face shield, safety glasses or goggles

    • Jeans: Denim or other sturdy material, NO FLARE-LEG Jeans or jeans with holes

    • Jacket: Denim or other sturdy material or long-sleeved shirt or sweatshirt

    • Boots: Must cover the ankle and have as flat a heel as possible

Advanced RiderCourse (ARC)

We anticipate offering the Advanced RiderCourse in 2022. 

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As a current rider interested in skills training, you should consider becoming a RiderCoach

Click here for more information

 

The Advanced RiderCourse (ARC) a 1-day course for licensed riders wishing to raise their skills to a higher level utilizing the student’s own street-legal motorcycle practicing techniques that extend beyond basic riding procedures to improve the performance capabilities of riders, particularly related to overall control, cornering, and emergency maneuvers.

  • Participation in this course requires physical stamina, motor coordination, and mental alertness

  • You must possess a valid NY State/Out-of-State driver’s license with Motorcycle Endorsement

    • Verified by RiderCoach prior to participation

  • You must provide a street-legal motorcycle – licensed, registered, inspected, and insured

    • Verified by RiderCoach prior to participation

  • Cost: $150.00 Payable with registration. Pay to order of: Learn 2 Ride, Inc.

  • Location: Course begins at Monroe Community College, 1000 East Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14623, Pakring Lot M-1

  • Class size: 12 maximum (6 minimum) or class is postponed until minimum is attained

  • Experience: You should have at least 1,000 miles of diversified street riding before taking this course

  • Required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

    • Helmet – minimum DOT approved

    • Eye protection – face shield, safety glasses or goggles

    • Gloves: full-fingered (NO fingerless gloves)

    • Jeans: Denim or other sturdy material, NO FLARE-LEG JEANS OR JEANS WITH HOLES       

    • Jacket: Denim or other sturdy material

    • Boots: Must cover the ankle and have as flat a heel as possible

    • Passengers are NOT permitted in this RiderCourse

2020 Advanced RiderCourses are cancelled due to the covid pandemic

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