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MSF Basic RiderCourse with License Waiver

FOR BEGINNER RIDERS

The MSF Basic RiderCourse is designed for novice riders. This course takes place over 2-3 days with a class of up to 12 students. 5 hours of classroom instruction prepares you for 10 hours of practical riding exercises in a controlled off-street environment. Students must also complete a 3 hour MSF Basic eCourse before attending the in-person classroom instruction. The eCourse provides online learning activities to help a new or returning rider acquire or review basic information about riding. Successful completion of the course requires complete attendance and passing of both knowledge and skill tests. Passing students will receive a completion card which waives the road test with DMV & may also lead to an insurance discount. You need a valid Drivers License to take this course. You do not need to have your motorcycle permit to participate in this course, however once you complete the course DMV will require that you obtain it before they will add the motorcycle endorsement to your Drivers License. 

MSF BRC2-LW

Experienced Riders ONLY

THIS COURSE IS FOR EXPERIENCED RIDERS ONLY – 18 years old & up!

You Must have a valid Drivers License & motorcyle permit to participate. You must bring your own motorcycle/ scooter to participate.

This is a 10-hour course that contains a unique 2 hour online component as a prerequisite and a 3 hour classroom segment as well as a variety of practice riding exercises designed to develop your riding skills on your own motorcycle further. The riding exercises conclude with a skills test. For a participant to earn their NYSMSP BRC2-LW License Waiver Completion Card, they must successfully complete the eCourse (online) , classroom segment, and the skill evaluation on the range. It is designed for individuals that already have street riding experience.

YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN MOTORCYCLE /SCOOTER TO PARTIPCATE IN THIS COURSE!

BRC2 Skills Practice
Even if you’ve been riding for some time, there’s always something new to learn. The Basic RiderCourse 2 Skills Practice is a great way to hone your skills and fine-tune the mental skills needed for survival in traffic. Using your motorcycle, you’ll put into practice the techniques of managing traction, low-speed maneuvering, stopping quickly, cornering and swerving.