This course is an additional step in Rider Education and Training and the perfect place to develop, discuss and/or improve your riding skills. During this course you will sharpen your skills for cornering, braking, and emergency maneuvers.
Students must provide a street-legal motorcycle which must pass an inspection by the RiderCoaches. A T-CLOCS inspection, including tires/wheels, controls, lights, oil/other fluids, chassis, and stands must be completed prior to course start time. Motorcycles must be properly insured as ATSC/AMSP insurance does not cover damage to a motorcycle during this course (proof of insurance is required prior to class start time). The course hours are schedule for Saturday from 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. This is an 8 hour course conducted in the classroom and on the range; there is an end-of-course skills evaluation during this course.
Successful completion of the BRC2 results in issuance of course completion documents which can be presented as a Waiver for an “M” endorsement testing at the Alabama Department of Public Safety office.
Please use protective riding gear required for this course is a DOT helmet, eye protection, long sleeved shirt of jacket, full fingered gloves, long and sturdy pants, and sturdy over the ankle footwear. Participating students need to have a sufficient amount of riding experience prior to course enrollment.
Prior to the class start time/date, YOU ARE REQUIRED to complete the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Street Strategies eCourse. Upon registration for the class, you will receive e-mailed instructions to complete the MSF Street Strategies eCourse Enrollment Process. The completion certificate should be printed and brought to the class. This is done at no additional cost to the student.
The age requirement for registration is 14 years and up. If you are under age 18, a parent or legal guardian must sign the required waiver form prior to the course start time.
NOTE: Students under 16 years of age must complete the course on an age-appropriate for Alabama licensure (motor-driven cycle) vehicle. The criteria for a motor-driven cycle is 150 cubic centimeters of engine displacement and a vehicle weight of no more than 200lbs.