Please read and understand the below Course Description and our Course Refund and Rescheduling Policies before registering for this course. If you have any questions, we are here to help! Your success is our goal.
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Basic RiderCourse (BRC) is designed for beginning riders, aged 14 or older with little or no prior riding experience. The course curriculum is focused on teaching the core motorcycle skills and knowledge needed to safely operate a motorcycle.
The course is comprised of a 5 hour self-paced eCourse followed by 10 hours of on-motorcycle riding training led by an MSF certified RiderCoach. Your on-motorcycle training will take place on one of our MSF approved riding ranges. Your range sessions are split over two consecutive days. Each range class is limited to 8 or less students. When you register for this course, you will be scheduling your range sessions. A motorcycle or scooter, and helmet are provided at no charge. You are welcome to use your own with the requirement that you must provide your current registration, proof of insurance and pass a T-CLOCS inspection. If you would like to use one of our scooters for your class, please contact the office in advance to confirm availability and reserve. Helmets, appropriate apparel, gloves and footwear are required on the range.
The course begins with your completion of your eCourse (your homework). The eCourse is a highly interactive online program you can complete from the comfort of your own home at your convenience. Engaging graphics, photos and video are used to illustrate the lessons. Your homework should be completed approximately one week prior to your range sessions so the information is fresh in your mind before you step onto the range for your on-motorcycle training. Successful completion of your homework is required for you to participate at the range.
During your range sessions, your RiderCoach will guide you through 14 progressive hands-on riding exercises. Your RiderCoach will provide clear direction and feedback as you progress through each of the exercises. Plenty of practice is included to allow you to develop your skills.
Using the Friction Zone
Starting & Stopping Drill
Shifting & Stopping
Basic Skills Practice
Pressing to Initiate and Adjust Lean
Stopping More Quickly & Tight Turns from a Stop
Stopping Distance Demonstration
Stopping in a Curve
Multiple Curves & Lane Changes
Crossing an Obstacle & Swerving
The course concludes with a written knowledge test and a hands-on riding skill evaluation. Passing both will earn you your course completion card which waives the Colorado testing requirements for your motorcycle (M) license endorsement. Successful course completion may also provide a discount on your insurance. Be sure to ask your insurance agent.
Not passing the course is a possibility and does sometimes happen. Your RiderCoach and our staff will be there to guide you with options and recommendations should that happen.
Able to balance and ride a bicycle
Age 14 or older and posses a valid Colorado driver's license, driver's permit or state ID. Are a member of the armed forces having moved to Colorado consequent to a permanent change of station basis, holding a valid driver license issued by another state.
Not sure? Contact us we can help guide you.
Bring the following:
Valid driver's license, driver's permit or state ID
Water Bottle (water is provided)
Snacks to maintain your energy level
Your own riding gear if you prefer
If you are younger than 18 years old, a parent or guardian MUST be present on day one to sign a waiver before class and in front of your RiderCoach. Call the office at (303) 838-2427 to have a waiver emailed to you in advance.
What you MUST Wear (Gear):
Helmets are required on the range. Must be at least 3/4 with DOT or Snell approval (we provide helmets)
Eye protection (goggles, sunglasses or prescription glasses)
Long-sleeve shirt and/or jacket (no rips, no holes)
Long Pants made of denim or better (no flare, no rips, no holes)
Sturdy over-the-ankle boots (no canvas, no high fashion heels, no steel-toed boots, good grip, and we suggest you not wear new boots)
Full-finger gloves, preferably leather (thick winter gloves may not be acceptable)
Proper motorcycle riding gear recommended for all of the above
Course Refund and Rescheduling Policies
Ride On Motorcycle Training LLC (Ride On) does not offer refunds. All course fees are non-refundable.
All rescheduling requests will be made on a space available basis for a future course.
Unless noted as no charge for rescheduling, our current prices for rescheduling are $250 for the BasicRider Course (BRC) and $150 for the BasicRider Course 2 (BRC2). Exceptions to the rescheduling fees will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
Course rescheduling requests with 24 hours notice or more will be gladly accommodated with no charge.
Course rescheduling requests with less than 24 hours notice will result in forfeiture of your prepaid course cost and will be charged a fee to reschedule.
If you meet any of the following conditions, you will forfeit your prepaid course cost and will be charged a fee to reschedule:
Do not arrive on time to a scheduled class
Do not show up to a scheduled class
Leave or are asked to leave by your instructor for any reason
Do not provide, complete or perform any pre-requisite or course requirements.
Ride On may, at their discretion, change course start times or cancel a course at anytime and/or for any reason including but not limited to weather, instructor, equipment, or facility issues. Students unable to accommodate a change or are impacted by a cancellation will be rescheduled with no charge.
BRC and BRC2 students who attend and complete the entire course and successfully pass the end of course written test and skill evaluation will receive a course completion card.
BRC and BRC2 students who fail the course for any reason but receive a recommendation from their instructor to retake the entire course or part of the course may do so for the rescheduling fee. Exceptions and fee adjustments may be made on a case-by-case basis.