Basic Bike Bonding RiderCourse:
The MSF Basic Bike Bonding RiderCourse (BBBRC) is designed to provide a low risk, effective, and enjoyable training event for participants just starting their riding careers. Participants that have completed the MSF Basic RiderCourse or equivalent, or have sufficient riding skills and experiences to operate a motorcycle with basic proficiency. Riders must have a motorcycle endorsement. The BBBRC is a logical next step to the Basic RiderCourse (BRC) curriculum. Bike Bonding refers to the connection and interaction of the rider and motorcycle. The overall aim of the BBBRC is to help riders develop smooth and precise control as they manipulate primary motorcycle controls and develop their riding procedures and techniques. Good bike bonding helps riders automate their physical skills so they can devote more attention to road and traffic conditions (searching and evaluating). The general objective is for participants to develop and practice basic skills beyond those acquired in the BRC. By the end of the course, participants should be able to handle a motorcycle well enough for normal street situations that require motorcycle control skills. There is no classroom portion to this course, Riding Exercises of the Bike Bonding Awareness, Basic Control Skills,Speed Control & Turns from a Stop, Tight Turns, Accelerating, Braking & Turning, Engine Braking, Curves & Swerves, Low-Speed Decreasing Radius Curves, Control in Tighter Spaces, Lollipops, and Sharing the Road. No passengers are permitted in the BBBRC.
You have the option of riding one of training bikes or your own motorcycle.
$ 120.00 -- 8AM-3:30PM -- No Formal Classroom--