The Advanced RiderCourseSM is a one-day course that complements a rider's basic skills and helps with personal risk assessment. It includes a fast-paced classroom segment with several interactive activities to improve perception and hazard awareness. Range exercises enhance both basic skills and crash avoidance skills. Improving braking and cornering finesse is emphasized. The course is beneficial for riders on any type of street motorcycle.
This course is for riders with at least one year and 1,000 miles of riding experience (or are a BRC or IRC graduate with at least six months and 500 miles of experience), who can provide a street legal motorcycle that is in good mechanical repair, and have a valid motorcycle license. A DOT approved helmet, proof of current motorcycle registration or written approval from the owner of a motorcycle not your own, valid insurance and a completed motorcycle safety inspection checklist, which can be found here, are required without exception.
What Gear You Need to Bring:
A DOT approved helmet (novelty helmets will not be allowed)
Eye protection, for our purposes sunglasses or regular prescription glasses are sufficient
Long sleeved jacket or shirt, keep in mind how the temperature may change during your course
Full fingered gloves, leather preferred, an open back discouraged but acceptable
Long pants of denim or other heavy material, in good repair e.g. no holes, bell bottoms should be avoided
Over the ankle (ankle bone MUST be completely covered) footwear, a low heel is best, work/hiking/cowboy type boots or leather/heavy synthetic material high-tops are acceptable, cloth/canvas gym shoes or “Uggs-style” boots will not be allowed
All ARC courses are scheduled to run from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays or Sundays.
You must be in the classroom for roll call or you may lose your seat. No exceptions will be made.