Billed as a "survival motorcycling class." Taught by motorcycle cops. It turned out to actually be only a little more than the MSF basic class, but with some twists. First, they wanted us to mount the bike from the right. As cops, when they pull someone over, they dismount on the right so as not to step into the roadway. They insisted that was important for us as well. Their logic for us non cops was that if the kick stand snaps, the bike won't fall on us. Second, when we were practicing on stop and start drills, the right foot was always on the brake at the stop. I never do that. I always cover and engage the front brake. And both feet are on the ground. There were some other things that I didn't get, but those two were the most pronounced. Are they right?