Which course is right for you? (Course chooser)
Please read each course description carefully. It contains vital information about what you'll need to take the course.
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COURSES TO EARN A LICENSE:
Choose the Basic Rider course if you've never ridden a motorcycle, have limited riding experience, haven't ridden in a long time, or you want the course that provides the most information about safety and road skills. This is a license-earning course. Be sure to read the course description for vital requirements and the Required Safety Gear policy. Most classes are two evenings and two weekend days. Daytime weekday classes are also available--see the class schedule.
Choose the ABC -- Absolute Beginner Course (a version of the BRC above) if you would like to ride but are concerned about whether you can -- or if you simply want the most personalized version of this training. This variant of the Basic Rider Course offers smaller class sizes and much more individualized coaching. Otherwise, the content and certification are identical to the Basic Rider Course. This is a license-qualifying course. Be sure to read the course description for vital requirements and the Required Safety Gear policy. Most classes are two evenings and two weekend days. Daytime weekday classes are also available--see the class schedule.
Choose Total Control Intermediate -- Licensing if you have been riding without a license and you want to “get legal” in just one day. This class is also for licensed riders who want to learn to ride better but are not ready to take the Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic. This course is not a trap for illegal riders--it is an opportunity to get legal before you get caught riding without a motorcycle license. Total Control Licensing is more advanced than Alternate Basic Rider and is not for new riders. You will ride your own motorcycle in this class.
Choose the Alternate Basic Rider course if you need a license and are an accomplished rider with recent riding experience. Don't choose this class if you want to learn the maximum about safety and road skills--choose the Basic Rider course above. If you have any doubt at all about whether you should take the Basic Rider or Alternate Basic course, take the Basic Rider course. (For more advanced content in a license-earning course, choose Total Control Licensing.) This is a license-qualifying course. Be sure to read the course description for vital requirements and the Required Safety Gear policy. Classes are held on a single Saturday.
COURSES TO IMPROVE YOUR RIDING:
Choose Extra Practice in Basic Riding if you want additional seat time after completing an ABC or BRC. You can also enroll after you’ve completed these classes but before taking a retest. Or, you might choose this 2.5 hour class as your “spring tune-up” for reawakening your riding skills.
If you're an Experienced Rider and already have a Class "M" license, you have a couple of options for improving your skills. You'll get to practice under the watchful eye of an experienced instructor who will help you solidify good riding technique and eliminate bad habits. You provide your own motorcycle, which must be licensed and insured and must pass our safety inspection.
Choose The Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic™ if you're an experienced rider who wants to become an expert and if you have at least one year of riding experience. This course is a top-level riding class that can bring your riding skills to a new level no matter what you ride. Be sure to read the course description. Classes are held on a single weekend day.