Motorcycles, Sales, RepairsDriver Education and Training
Motorcycle training form novice to experience. Our most common is the newest curriculum offered by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) is the Basic Rider Course – Updated. The course’s major changes revolve around behavioral aspects as well as self-assessment to monitor student learning and personal growth.
An online E-Course, which students take prior to their start of class. The E-Course is designed to be done in the comfort of your own home and at your own pace. The course is approximately three hours and consist of learning activities to help new or returning riders. By completing the E-Course prior to class allows more classroom time to be devoted to behavior, risk management, hazard perception and decision-making processes.
The riding exercises have been updated as well, with more attention being dedicated to decision making and cornering skills. Additionally, the riding exercises provide 20% more time on basic motor skills, and 30% more on cornering maneuvers and emergency responses as well as more time on traffic interactions.
The classroom portion on the BRC – Updated provides several interactive concepts to assist the student in identifying who they are as road users and what behaviors they possess. The classroom offers a multitude of different scenarios which is then opened to group discussions. The process provides the opportunity for students to assess certain situations and provide feedback relating to what behaviors and decisions might be appropriate.