Experienced RiderCourses for 

Licensed Riders

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

COVID-19 TESTING IS REQUIRED BEFORE YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN A LEARN 2 RIDE CLASS ON CAMPUS

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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.

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, 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

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Advanced RiderCourse (ARC)

2021 Advanced RiderCourses are on hold. 

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

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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’s Applied Technologies Center, 1485 West Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14623. The course then moves to Monroe Community College, 1000 East Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14623, Parking 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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