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Course Descriptions:
Basic RiderCourse (BRC):
    This course covers the basic fundamentals for you to develop your capabilities to become a safe and responsible motorcyclist. It provides the opportunity for you to learn the physical and mental skills important for operating a motorcycle. In the classroom, you will learn ways to minimize risk and handle special riding situations. During the riding portions of the Basic RidingCourse, you will be coached to develop the physical skills of basic control that include: clutch/throttle control, straight line riding, stopping, turning, and shifting, and then move on to more advanced skills in stopping quickly, cornering,and swerving. Your Coaches are here to help guide you through your learning journey. Be sure to ask lots of questions and let them know how to help you.
This is a ( Two Day Format) License Waiver Course for the State of Georgia, all testing (Written and Riding) will be completed at the end of the course.
The Course fee is: $260.00 on weekends and $235.00 during the weekday courses.
Training Motorcycles are provided for the course,

Basic RiderCourse -2 (BRC-2)
The BRC2 addresses critical skills and knowledge and can be completed in one day. The course is ideal for graduates of the Basic RiderCourse. Students with a motorcycle learner's permit who successfully complete the course will be issued a motorcycle license. Participants use their own motorcycle.

The BRC2 is designed for "experienced" motorcyclists. Students should be competent and comfortable with basic street riding skills such as starting, stopping, straight-line riding and turning.

Students who lack adequate skills and experience during the first exercise will be asked to STOP and will be referred to the Basic RiderCourse. Our Instructors will determine your ability to safely continue with the course. Please respect their assessment. Your safety is our concern.
This is a License Waiver Course (One-Day) for the State of Georgia, all testing (Written and Riding) will be completed at the end of the course.
The Course Fee is $ 145.00
Note:Must possess a current, valid Georgia motorcycle learner’s permit OR Motorcycle License.   You must provide your own motorcycle for this course
NEW*Advanced RiderCourse UPDATED :
Advanced RiderCourse updated
All new for 2018! The aim of the ARCu is to reinforce good strategies and habits as well as improve riding knowledge, skill, attitude, values and habits. The two-hour classroom discussion topics provide rider development in the areas of risk management, decision-making, mental strategies and rider behaviors and choices. The five hours of riding exercises refresh basic skills and provide practice in higher-speed braking, cornering and swerving. Ride your street-legal, insured motorcycle. You must have a valid motorcycle license or permit.
This is a non-license waiver course (One-day). and has a course fee of $ 120.00
Note: You must provide your own motorcycle for this course
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Killer Creek Harley-Davidson University: 2 day  BRC Course conducted at the MSF Campus @ Alpharetta

Killer Creek Harley-Davidson has partnered with the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Campus for the new Rider “Total Package” unique learning experience. The first evening, KCHD Staff members will lead you through introductions and a grand tour of the dealership. Stopping by each department of the Dealership, You will meet the Staff members and they will talk to you about what they can do for you such as, the full-line of MotorClothes, different styles of motorcycles, the all important service on your motorcycle, and all that chrome.  As an incentive, students receive a special limited-time discount to purchase new gear at the dealership. (Please see one of the MotorClothes Department staff members for assistance in selection of appropriate gear.) The MSF RiderCourse completion card may qualify you for a discount from your insurance provide.  To see a list of our upcoming courses offered, click here, You may also email marketing@killercreekharley.com or call Ari Bromley  at Killer Creek Harley-Davidson at 770-777-1000. The course fee is $ 320.00 per student.
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--
Ultimate Bike Bonding RiderCourse (UBBRC)
The Ultimate Bike Bonding RiderCourse (UBBRC) is designed to provide a low risk, effective, and enjoyable training event for participants who have riding experience. Participants must be licensed (class "M") and use their personal, safe and street-legal motorcycle. Bike Bonding refers to the connection and interaction of the rider and motorcycle. Good bike bonding helps riders automate their physical skills so they can devote more attention to road and traffic conditions (searching and evaluating). The UBBRC is designed for riders who possess solid basic skills and have recent riding experience. It is recommended that the motorcycle be appropriated for the size and strength of its rider. The UBBRC does not have a formal classroom component.  The overall aim is to help riders develop smooth and precise control as they manipulate the primary controls and develop riding techniques. The UBBRC allows participants to refine and practice skills, mostly in low-speed exercises. Exercises Bike-Bonding Awareness, Big box, Zigzag,Circle Weaves,Switchbacks, Lollipops, Circuit Training, and Sharing the road. By the end of the course, participants should be able to handle their motorcycle in a more precise and smooth manner.
Note: You must provide your own motorcycle for this course
$ 120.00 --  8AM-3:30PM  --  No Formal Classroom
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Trike RiderCourse (3WBRC)
The MSF 3-Wheel Basic RiderCourse (3WBRC) is a basic, entry-leve, learn-to-ride 3-wheel motorcycle training and education course. It provides the same fundamental skill as the MSF Basic RiderCourse, but on 3-wheel, 3-track motorcycle (not sidecars). The objectives for 3WBRC are: Develop a safe, responsible 3-wheel motorcycle rider, Develop the mental skills for safe 3-wheel motorcycle riding, Develop the physical skills for safe 3-wheel motorcycle riding, Create an understanding of risk awareness and risk-taking, and Develop a strategy to manage risk. Generally, a person successfully completing the 3WBRC will be able to demonstrate fundamental skills for general operation and control; demonstrate a knowledge of minimum safety considerations for operation on the street; acknowledge the  importance of a low-risk and positive riding attitude; demonstrate safety habits that are shown to reduce risk; acknowledge personal capabilities and limitations as a 3-wheel motorcycle rider; and demonstrate the basic knowledge and skills to be a safe, responsible rider.


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NEW!!!!
Introductory Motorcycle Experience (IME) 
$35 /  2hrs
Get a taste of riding without a big investment of time or money.
The IME is a first-touch experience with a motorcycle and is not designed to teach you all you need to know to ride. It's a familiarization program that points out the primary controls and parts of a motorcycle; how to mount and dismount; how to start the engine. You'll learn about the brakes, throttle and clutch, how to "find neutral", and you'll be given the opportunity to operate the controls while astride the motorcycle as you "power-walk" on our practice range. The IME is also a great way for potential riders to determine if motorcycling is a good personal choice and if they have the basic skills needed to be prepared for the Basic RiderCourse.
    MSF Campus Provides:                                    
  •   motorcycles
  •     helmets
  •     eye protection
  •     course materials
You Provide:
  •   sturdy, non-flared long pants
  •    sturdy, over-the-ankle footwear
  •    jacket
  •    full-fingered gloves
***NEW 2016 ***Passenger Class!  BRC 2 with Passengers
The BRC2 is designed for "experienced" motorcyclists. Students should be competent and comfortable with basic street riding skills such as starting, stopping, straight-line riding and turning. The BRC-2 offers a good way to gain comfort and confidence for carrying a passenger as both rider and passenger learn to ride together in a safe and controlled environment. There is no additional charge for passengers.



This is NOT License Waiver Course
  • Passengers are not required to pre-register, but they must also meet the BRC eligibility and clothing requirements.
  • All passengers must be at least 16 years of age and you must have insurance that covers a passenger.
  • Note:Must possess a current, valid  motorcycle Motorcycle License, Insurance, personal motorcycle
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