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Motorcycle Rider Courses:

Basic Rider Course: 
The basic course is for you if you've never ridden at all or if you haven't had much riding experience.  In this 16 hour course we teach you how to operate a motorcycle, the best protective clothing to wear, how to avoid dangerous situations, and most importantly, how to get out of those dangerous situations you can't avoid.  You'll learn to make a motorcycle perform like an extension of yourself, and by the end of the course we will be challenging your skills at the two year riding level.  The best part is: you don't even need a helmet or a motorcycle, we provide them for you!  Upon successful completion of this course,  you will receive a Completion Certificate that you take to your local DPS office where you are required to take their written test. Once you have successfully completed that, they will give you a motorcycle endorsement on your license. Students under the age of 18: Must have completed drivers education or show a drivers learning permit. They must also submit a release form signed by a parent or legal guardian.The fee for this course is $235.00 $200.00

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(Home Page) Basic Ridercourse 2 (Experienced Rider Course): 
The 5 hour advanced course is for experienced riders only. Even experienced riders may have developed bad riding habits that they aren't aware of. Maybe there was never an opportunity to develop accident avoidance skills, with professional instruction and in a controlled environment.  Since advanced students use their own motorcycles, you'll see all types of bikes, from cruisers to sport bikes to touring machines. No matter how long you've been riding, the advanced course is tough enough to challenge your skills.  You learn high speed maneuvering, quick swerving and avoidance techniques, countersteering, traction control, emergency braking for curves and slippery surfaces. The fee for the ERC course is $125.00 $100.00

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COMING SOON! MSF Basic Bike Bonding Rider Course (BBBRC) Coming this fall.

The MSF Basic Bike Bonding Rider Course (BBBRC) has no classroom and is a partial day riding course designed to provide a low risk, effective, and enjoyable training event for participants just starting their riding endeavors. The course is typically five hours of riding with breaks.

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 a rider automate physical skills so they can devote more attention to road and traffic conditions (searching and evaluating). It helps a rider to be a better decision-maker.

To participate you should have successfully completed the MSF Basic Rider Course or equivalent, or have sufficient riding skills and experiences to operate a motorcycle with basic proficiency. You must also have the Motorcycle Endorsement on your license. The BBBRC is a great transition for graduates of the Basic RiderCourse to continue skill development.

The BBBRC consists of 11 riding exercises that start with basic control reinforcement with a progression to advanced maneuvering. You will be using our motorcycles for this course. If you want to ride your own bike, then consider taking the Ultimate Bike Bonding Course.

 

COMING SOON!

MSF Ultimate Bike Bonding Rider Course (UBBRC) Coming this fall.

The MSF Ultimate Bike Bonding Rider Course (UBBRC) has no classroom and is a partial day riding course designed to provide a low risk, effective, and enjoyable training event for participants who have riding experience. The general objective is for you to practice bike bonding skills on your own motorcycle. The course is typically five hours of riding with breaks and is patterned after police training courses.

The overall aim of the UBBRC 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 a rider automate physical skills so they can devote more attention to road and traffic conditions (searching and evaluating). It helps a rider to be a better decision-maker. A primary value of having good bike-bonding is how it transfers to actual on-street riding in the form of smooth control inputs and more spare "mental capacity" with which to strategize (use SEE).

To participate you should have sufficient riding skills and experiences to operate a motorcycle with basic proficiency. You must provide proof of license and insurance. Additionally your motorcycle must pass a T-CLOCS inspection.

The UBBRC consists of 9 riding exercises.



Requirements

All Courses: 

The following protective riding gear must be worn when attending any of the rider courses:  Long sleeved shirt or jacket, long pants, full fingered gloves, boots or shoes that cover the ankles (Canvas type sneakers are not acceptable), eye protection, and a DOT approved helmet. If you do not own a helmet, we have loan helmets available for your use.  Due to the demand for these courses, pre-registration is required.

If a rider quits a course for any reason, (including requesting a reschedule after the course begins) they will forfeit their tuition.

Due to the extreme Texas Heat right now, we recommend bringing a bandana or cooling vest to wear during the course. www.ridecool.com has many of these in stock and can ship them to you. Please click here to go to their site and order. This is not a class requirement, but is a recommendation.

Students under the age of 18: Must have completed drivers education or show a drivers learning permit. They must also submit a release form signed by a parent or legal guardian.

Basic Rider Course: 

All students must possess a valid Driver's License or learners permit.

Experienced Rider Course:

All students must possess a valid Driver's License with a motorcycle endorsement. Students must furnish their own motorcycle and protective gear. Proof of Liability Insurance is required.

Basic Bike Bonding RiderCourse:

To participate you should have successfully completed the MSF Basic Rider Course or equivalent, or have sufficient riding skills and experiences to operate a motorcycle with basic proficiency. You must also have the Motorcycle Endorsement on your license.

Ultimate Bike Bonding RiderCourse:

To participate you should have sufficient riding skills and experiences to operate a motorcycle with basic proficiency. You must provide proof of license and insurance. Additionally your motorcycle must pass a T-CLOCS inspection.

Texas DPS:
§31.4  Student Admission Requirements.

  1. Basic motorcycle operator training courses are open to any person who is:
    1. at least 15 years old on the day the course begins.
  2. A person who is 15 years old but is less than 25 years old may not enroll into a basic motorcycle operator training course unless he or she has a Class C learner license (permit) or an unrestricted Class C, or higher, driver license.
  3. A person 25 years old or older may not enroll into a basic motorcycle operator training course unless he or she has identification documentation to confirm his or her identity.
  4. The advanced motorcycle operator training course is restricted to individuals with a current motorcycle (Class M) driver's license. Each student must provide his or her own motorcycle that meets the requirements of §31.7 of this title (relating to Motorcycle Requirements).


 

Important Information about Riding during the extreme Texas Heat

Riding a motorcycle is physically demanding. Especially during the summer months, when the temperaturres are up to and exceeding 100 degrees. On Saturday and Sunday you are welcome to bring non-alcoholic beverages, i.e. Gatoraide. We will provide ice water. It would be a good idea to bring a bandana that you can soak in water and put around your neck. Cool collars and cooling vests are recommended and can be found here. If you sit behind a computer all week it might be a good idea to wait until the fall to take this course, unless you are in good physical shape. Use your own discretion.

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