Originally Posted by Shoganai
No, the problem is people are calling it BEGINNERS
riding course when in fact it is a BASIC
Perhaps this is where the OP was confused.
It is NOT designed or intended to be a BEGINNERS course tho it is intended to teach new riders with little or no experience
the BASICS of operating a motorcycle.
"Basic", "Beginners", whatever. I still say it should be called "pre-licensing class", because that's effectively what it is...
From thier site:
Learning-to-Ride RiderCourses are a good starting point for most people who have already made the decision that motorcycling may enhance the quality of their life and want to get started the best possible way. This series provides the basic mental and physical skills for riding.
Basic RiderCourse (BRC)
The best place for a new rider to start once they've made the decision to ride
. Successful completion of this course and its knowledge and skill tests, which consists of approximately five hours of classroom and 10 hours of on-cycle instruction (conducted over two or three sessions), may serve as a license test waiver program in some states. Motorcycles and helmets are provided for your use during the course.
Rocker59 (aka guzzimike), Aux Arcs
Moto Guzzi Sport 1100
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