The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Basic RiderCourse (BRC) is a nationally recognized rider training program. This extensive course is held over a three-day period and includes 5-hours of classroom instruction, an approximately 3-hour online learning component (eCourse) and 10-hours of on-motorcycle training. All training for the MSF BRC will be held on the south shore of Suffolk County (see our class schedule for exact location). The BRC is a group class with up to 12 students and 2 instructors. The BRC is geared towards the student with no experience on a motorcycle but experienced riders have also had success taking it. Successful completion of the course results in a New York State road test waiver that combined with a NY State Motorcycle Learner’s permit will yield your motorcycle license endorsement. This course includes use of helmet, gloves and one of our training motorcycles. Course requirements are a NY State Driver’s license, (a Motorcycle Learner’s permit is recommended but not required for training – see Changes to Learner’s Permit Requirements and see our ride prerequisites), proper attire and punctual attendance for all sessions. To register, first select a class from our class schedule. After registration, full payment is required in order to confirm your spot in the class. To summarize, two steps are required to confirm your spot in a class: First, register for a specific class by clicking on our class schedule to register for a specific date; second, pay for your scheduled class on line only after registering. By registering, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of our refund policy. If you have more questions, please see our New Rider Quick Start guide.
Register for a specific class by clicking on our class schedule to register for a specific date.
Payment in full: $350.00