Ultimate Bike Bonding

Ultimate Bike Bonding, starting at $70.00, is designed for the rider who wants to feel "one" with their bike? If you struggle with low-speed maneuvers or tight turns? During this class we will focus on refining your manipulative skills and good decision making. There are a lot of low-speed exercises that make it fun but challenging.

You must have attended either a BRC or BRC2 within the past 12-months.


What To Bring

Besides bringing your own motorcycle there are a few other things you will need to bring along.

  • A helmet approved by the Department of Transportation (DOT).
  • Proof of insurance.
  • Valid Motorcycle License or Learners Permit
  • Full-fingered, full coverage gloves, preferably leather. No fingerless gloves, gloves that expose the knuckles, or gloves that expose the top of the hand.
  • Eye protection such as eyeglasses, sunglasses, safety glasses, goggles or a full-face helmet. We highly recommend sunglasses on sunny days.
  • A long sleeve shirt or jacket and long pants, preferably blue-jeans. Students arms must be covered while on the range.
  • Shoes or boots must cover the ankle. Large heels and platforms are not appropriate because they will prevent you from using the foot controls.
  • Prepare for hot or cold weather by dressing in layers and bringing an extra jacket if the weather looks cold or wet.
  • Sunscreen

We provide water, but students will need to bring their own snacks and/or lunches. Most of the breaks we take are only about 10 minutes so that we can get in as much riding as possible.

Student motorcycles will be required to pass a basic safety inspection given the day of the riding class. If our rider coaches do not feel students have the necessary skills to sucessfully complete the Ultimate Bike Bonding Course, students may be resheduled into a Basic Rider Course or Experienced Rider Course.

Class size is limited to 10 students for riding sessions, which allows us to give provide additional personal attention and coaching. Fees, schedules, locations, and courses are subject to change without notice. Classes with an insufficient number of students may be canceled.