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The Basic Rider Course includes the use of our 250cc motorcycles, which can qualify you for the -649cc endorsement. At the end of your Basic Rider Course, we have 650cc+ testing, which would qualify you for the “unlimited license”. To rent our bigger bike for the 650cc+ testing the cost is $40 and you can pre-reserve it during registration or pay at class with cash or card. Alternatively, you have 30 days to come and re-test on a bigger bike after class. You can find and register for “Re-Test” times HERE
More info on Licensing HERE
Have your own bike? You can use your bike in class and/or testing at no additional charge. Be sure you meet all the requirements HERE
The Basic Rider Course (BRC): $260
Experienced (BRC2) and Advanced Courses: $100
Private Basic Rider Course: $420 for one student, $350 each for up to 3 students.
Private Experienced (BRC2) and Advanced Courses: $250 for one student, $200 each for up to 3 students.
We run classes in just about any weather condition. However, if conditions become un-safe class will be postponed or fully rescheduled. It is definitely helpful if you are prepared for the conditions, here are a few recommendations:
Cold/Rain/Snow: Bring multiple layers with options! Rain gear like Frogg Toggs can be purchased at almost any local bike shop or amazon and are perfect to keep the rain out and wind at a minimum. Other items we would recommend are Snow pants and/or jacket, Neck Gaiter, Water resistant gloves (and bring spare pairs), Hand warmers, and Waterproof hiking boots.
High Temps: Sunscreen is a must! A light weight and light color long sleeve shirt or ventilated/mesh riding jacket, Mesh summer riding pants or fishing pants, and Breathable mesh hiking boots are great for grip and air flow. Consider bringing a couple frozen bottles of water or cooler (especially handy if you are using a cooling vest/chilly rag). Since sweat is a thing when its hot you might also consider a skull cap of sorts to wear in your helmet.
Please keep in mind we want you to have an enjoyable experience, so if you are not comfortable riding in the current conditions, please let us know before class or let your coach know at class. We will work with you to get you rescheduled.