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Basic MSF info

  • 11-10-2008 | 03:40 PM
  • RACER X
  • www.msf-usa.org

    MSF (motorcycle safety foundation) BRC (basic rider course)


    In the BRC, you will learn:

    To have more fun by riding your motorcycle safely.
    The basics: what to wear, how to start and stop your motorcycle, and motorcycle controls.*
    Street strategies to avoid trouble and stay safe.
    How to maneuver your motorcycle in tough situations.
    Swerving, avoiding collisions, special situations,
    lane changes, passing, and avoiding hazards.

    The Basic RiderCourse is a 14 to 15 hour program, which provides classroom and actual motorcycle operator training in a controlled, off-street environment.

    you will have to pass a written test as well as riding test to pass the class

    at the end of class on sunday, the coaches will evaluate your riding. if you pass, you will be given a certificate that will exempt you from the riding portion of the DPS "M" licensing part. All you'll have to do is pass a DPS written test and eye exam.

    No experience is necessary; a good sense of balance is required (you must be able to ride a bicycle).


    What To Wear

    long pants (jeans fine)

    long sleeved shirt or long sleeved jacket

    eye protection, eyeglasses or sunglasses fine. if you wear an open face or 1/2 helmet. most schools provide loaner helmets, but bring a do-rag as some helmets have been there for a while. your own personnal helmet is fine as long as it's DOT approved.

    STURDY OVER THE ANKLE SHOES.

    gloves, pretty much any glove. as long as their full finger gloves. but remember, if you take a fall, these gloves will be the first to make impact, so sturdy is a pretty good idea.
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  • 11-10-2008 | 04:42 PM
  • Saki Girl
  • Quote RACER X
    www.msf-usa.org

    MSF (motorcycle safety foundation) BRC (basic rider course)


    In the BRC, you will learn:

    To have more fun by riding your motorcycle safely.
    The basics: what to wear, how to start and stop your motorcycle, and motorcycle controls.*
    Street strategies to avoid trouble and stay safe.
    How to maneuver your motorcycle in tough situations.
    Swerving, avoiding collisions, special situations,
    lane changes, passing, and avoiding hazards.

    The Basic RiderCourse is a 14 to 15 hour program, which provides classroom and actual motorcycle operator training in a controlled, off-street environment.

    you will have to pass a written test as well as riding test to pass the class

    at the end of class on sunday, the coaches will evaluate your riding. if you pass, there is no further testing and you can get your motorcycle endorsement from the DMV the next business day. FL SPECIFIC

    No experience is necessary; a good sense of balance is required (you must be able to ride a bicycle).


    What To Wear

    long pants (jeans fine)

    long sleeved shirt or long sleeved jacket

    eye protection, eyeglasses or sunglasses fine. if you wear an open face or 1/2 helmet. most schools provide loaner helmets, but bring a do-rag as some helmets have been there for a while. your own personal helmet is fine as long as it's DOT approved.

    STURDY OVER THE ANKLE SHOES.

    gloves, pretty much any glove. as long as their full finger gloves. but remember, if you take a fall, these gloves will be the first to make impact, so sturdy is a pretty good idea.
    Great post! We also own a school so if anyone needs help with anything, let me know!
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