- Course Title
- Motorcycle: Basic Rider Course 2 (formerly Experienced Rider Course)
Designed for licensed motorcyclists or those with NC permit. BRC2 covers street riding strategies and reinforces traction, cornering and counter-steering skills. Students must provide a safe, street-ready two-wheeled motorcycle. Proof of insurance required. Written and riding skills tests required for those seeking skills waiver for NC DMV license test. Must be 16 years old.
- Recognize and deal with hazards to reduce risks
- Know principles of stopping, stopping on a curve, stopping in shortest distance
- Counter-steering for cornering and swerving
- Cornering judgment and cornering traction control
- Alcohol and other drugs and riding
- Motorcycle setup / adjustment, pre-ride check
- Take the NC DMV Waiver riding and written exam (optional)
Required: A valid email address must be on file to receive eCourse instructions for completion before first day of class. On average, eCourse can be completed in approximately 3 hours.
The Basic Rider Course 2 - License Waiver Preparation Course is designed for motorcycle riders who are already licensed or have a NC permit and wish to obtain full NC licensure. This one day course covers street riding strategies and reinforces important information about traction, cornering and counter-steering. Students must provide a safe, street-ready two wheeled motorcycle. Riders must provide proof of insurance in class. Students looking to obtain a waiver for the skills portion of the NC DMV license test must pass a written and riding skills test. Must be at least 16 years old. Please note that if you are under 18, a parental waiver must be signed. If for any reason a student cannot successfully complete this class, he or she will need to re-register at their own expense.
- Includes 9 skills exercises
- Must have motorcycle license or permit, and safe, street- ready motorcycle with insurance and registration
- Proof of insurance required
- Participants should have 3,000 miles or 6 months' experience riding a motorcycle
Method of Instruction
- Lecture, riding, demonstrations
- Exam: optional
- Skills evaluation: optional
- For purposes of waiver, skills exam and riding evaluation are mandatory
- Class Participation: Yes