Signing up for a Class
To sign up for a class, scroll down to the location you are interested in going to when taking the class. See if the site offers the type of class you are wishing to take in the right hand column (i.e. Basic Rider Course (BRC), Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC2)). For more information about each of the classes click on the Course Offerings tab at the top of the page. If they offer the class you are interested in, then hit the Sign Up for Class button. After clicking on the button, you will then be taken to the website for that location. Some locations have online sign ups, while others just call to register for the class.
Cost of the Class
Student tuition(s) are no more than $150.00 per class but may be less depending on the type of class and location. There may be a credit card processing fee when signing up, so the grand total could be more than $150.00. Your spot in the class is not confirmed until payment is made. Classes early in the riding season do fill up quickly so be sure to complete the registration fully. If you are under the age of 18 the student tuition is Free. The site may ask you to pay the tuition intially to hold the spot, but will refund it upon completion of the class.
WARNING: ALL tuitions are NON-REFUNDABLE (exception of minors)
If a class is cancelled due to weather or a student has an emergency, all efforts will be made to reschedule the student for a later class.
Students Need to Bring
For the BRC and some 3WBRC classes, motorcycles are provided for your use.
Students taking the BRC2, ARC and some 3WBRC classes must bring their own motorcycle, license, registration and proof of insurance.
You should arrive at all classes with the following items:
- 3/4 or Full-face DOT-approved helmet (loaners may be available)
- Protective eyewear
- Jacket or long-sleeved shirt
- Long pants with no holes, rips or tears
- Sturdy over-the-ankle footwear (must cover the ankle bone)
- Full-fingered gloves
- Rain gear - optional (see local weather forecast)
A positive attitude and willingness to learn.
Minors will need a parent or guardian present the first day of class to sign the waiver form allowing them to take the class.