The Basic RiderCourse 2 is our skills-polishing course for riders with at least three months of riding experience.
Also you Must complete within 30 days of course start date.
Basic RiderCourse 2 (BRC2) Skills Practice was developed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation as a skills-polishing course for riders with at least three months of riding experience. Additionally the workshop consists of a half day of instruction taught by MSF certified instructors. Even if you’ve been riding for some time, there’s always something new to learn! Increasing numbers of seasoned riders, many of them BRC graduates – are taking the BRC2 as a fun way to hone their riding skills on their own motorcycles. It’s a great opportunity to shake off those winter cobwebs and get focused on the task of motorcycling for a safe and enjoyable riding season!
Some topics the course covers are:
- Risk management
- Relationship between mental physical riding skill
- Traction management- Developing a riding strategy
- Proper cornering techniques
- Emergency straight line breaking
- Stopping quickly in a curve
- Counter steering for cornering & MORE !!
First the student must bring his or her own motorcycle with a full tank of gas. Second the student must bring proof of registration and insurance. Lastly, students will need a valid motorcycle license and a current NYS motorcycle inspection.
*The BRC2 generally qualifies graduates for a motorcycle insurance premium discount; check with your carrier for details.
Basic RiderCourse 2
- Queensborough Community College