The Basic Rider Course-2 (BRC2) is a one-day (8 hour) class for riders who have their own motorcycle, have been riding for one to three years, and have accumulated 3000 to 5000 miles on their current motorcycle. If a rider does not as yet have their Wisconsin Class M Endorsement, they may still participate on a Wisconsin motorcycle Instructional Permit. The BRC2 course also serves as a license skills test waiver in Wisconsin. This course is not intended for a true novice rider. The course consists of three hours of classroom covering risk management, rider awareness, rider impairment, traffic management, perception and observation, and traction management. A written test is also included. The riding portion of the class is five hours of advanced cornering, braking skills, swerving to avoid obstacles, tight slow speed handling, and combinations of curves. A pre-qualification exercise determines whether the rider has enough of the basic skills to continue in this advanced course. Tuition is non-refundable if a student does not have the skills to continue with this course. The BRC2 also involves a riding evaluation at the end. PREREQUISITES: Students must be 18 years of age, have a motorcycle permit or M endorsement. DOT approved helmet, eye protection, jacket or long-sleeved shirt, full-fingered gloves, long pants, proper footwear. The class is run with your own motorcycle. Your motorcycle must pass safety standards including two safe tires, functional brakes, and lights. Proof of insurance and registration will be checked. Motorcycles must pass T-CLOCS inspection to be signed off by a Rider Coach. Participants should have a minimum of one year or three thousand miles of road riding experience in order to benefit from this intensive program. Due to a new curriculum set by the State of Wisconsin and MSF,if you do not have your “M” endorsement you are now required to take an online course prior to the start of class. The cost of this course is $19.99 and is separate from the cost of WITC’s Motorcycle course. You can register for this course at http://msf-usa.org/students.aspx. Once there, you click “Enroll Now” After you complete the online course, please make sure to print your Completion Certificate as you are required to bring the certificate to the first day of class or provide a copy of the certificate to WITC within 5-7 days of completing the Motorcycle safety course. Failure to complete the online course within the 5-7 days of completing this course will result in a Failure to WITC’s Motorcycle course and no refund will be given. It is strongly recommended that you take the eCourse before you start your WITC Motorcycle Safety Course as you will learn valuable information that will help you with the range portion of our class. Students are expected to have some basic understanding that is provided through the online course during the WITC Motorcycle Safety Course

Classes
  • Motorcycle - Basic Rider 2 (41429)
    In Person
    Rice Lake
    6/8/2019 - 6/8/2019
    Days & Times: Sat: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Facility: 156 Classroom Rice Lake
    Instructor: Todd Ruprecht
    Fees: $123.13, $123.13 (62 +)
    Status: Active
    Seats Available: 8

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  • Motorcycle - Basic Rider 1 Continuing Education

    CATALOG #42816400

    This 16-hour course is approved by the Department of Transportation. It is designed to teach the beginner or experienced rider the safe techniques to riding a motorcycle. It consists of 6 hours of classroom and 10 hours of on-cycle instruction. After Successful completion of this class you would receive a “waiver” to take to the DMV that may waive you from taking the road test in order to obtain your Motorcycle Endorsement. Due to a new curriculum set by the State of Wisconsin and MSF, you are now required to take an online course prior to the start of class. The cost of this course is $19.99 and is separate from the cost of WITC’s Motorcycle course. You can register for this course at http://msf-usa.org/students.aspx. Once there, you click “Enroll Now” under Basic eCourse. After you complete the online course, please make sure to print your Completion Certificate as you are required to bring the certificate to the first day of class or provide a copy of the certificate to WITC within 5-7 days of completing the Motorcycle safety course. Failure to complete the online course within the 5-7 days of completing this course will result in a Failure to WITC’s Motorcycle course and no refund will be given. It is strongly recommended that you take the eCourse before you start your WITC Motorcycle Safety Course as you will learn valuable information that will help you with the range portion of our class. Students are expected to have some basic understanding that is provided through the online course during the WITC Motorcycle Safety Course.

    Offered at Multiple Locations

    Fall 2019, Summer 2019

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