Most of Maine Motorcycle Safety Courses

Course Details: Basic & Basic 2

Basic Rider Course (BRC)

This course is aimed at beginning riders who have obtained their regular driver's license or have completed a driver's education course, or riders who are getting back into motorcycling or who want to brush up on important skills.

Students under the age of 18 will be required to have a parent/legal guardian accompany them on day one with photo ID and sign paperwork to be able to ride.

A minimum of five hours of classroom instruction prepares you for at least 10 hours of practical riding in a controlled off-street environment, namely a parking lot that is free of obstacles and traffic. A motorcycle is available and included in your tuition.

In the classroom you will learn about the different types of motorcycles, their controls, how they are operated and how to become a responsible rider. Your Rider Coach will advise you on what gear to wear for protection and comfort. You'll find out how alcohol and drugs adversely affect your ability to ride safely. On the range, you will practice basic control and straight line riding skills, then turning, swerving, and maximum braking. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation's research based and proven curriculum will help you develop your skills one efficient step at a time.

The course concludes with a knowledge test and a riding skills evaluation. Once your Rider Coach hands you the course completion card, you will be happy knowing that you have gone the extra mile to develop your own safe riding techniques. Tuition for this course is $400.00.

BRC Class Schedule:
On Day 1, please arrive at 7:50. We will begin with some necessary paperwork. Class starts at 8:00 am sharp. Riding begins soon after.
Class begins on Day 2 again at 8:00 am sharp.

Check the schedule for the exact details of your course.

This is a license waiver course for the residents of Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts!

Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC 2)

The Basic Rider Course 2 is designed for riders who are already licensed and ride frequently. Students may repeat the course periodically to keep skills and perceptions about safety fresh.

Riders must have their own street-ready motorcycle. All riders must successfully achieve the objectives of Exercise 1 (Control at Low Speed) to continue. The Rider Coach will make this determination. Contact our office for details including pricing.

Riders must have proof of insurance for their motorcycles and all motorcycles must pass a safety inspection by the Rider Coach.

BRC 2 Class Schedule:
The BRC 2 is a one day course and consists of riding exercises with no classroom.

Check the schedule for the exact details of your course.

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