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Motorcycle Rider Safety Program 2013

The Kentucky Motorcycle Rider Safety Program offers two classes at the MCTC Rowan Campus.

  • Basic Rider 1 class is for non-riders, new riders, or someone wanting a refresher course. During the course, you will be taught to maneuver and operate a motorcycle in a controlled, off-street environment. The course offers approximately five hours of classroom instruction and 10 hours of riding exercises in a controlled environment. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a waiver for the skills test to obtain your motorcycle license. The skills test waiver is available for Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia residents. Check with your local Department of Motor Vehicles. Most insurance agencies offer 10% - 20% discounts to persons completing the course. Motorcycles and helmets are furnished to each student enrolled in the Basic Rider course. The BRC course is a minimum of 15 hours. All classes meet on Friday, 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. All classroom and skills hours must be attended in order to successfully complete course requirements.
  • Basic Rider 2 Course. For riders who already have basic skills and a motorcycle permit or license. It is similar to the BRC1 except the speeds are higher and riders should be riding their own motorcycle. It is an excellent refresher course for practicing and renewing basic riding skills. On-cycle maneuvers are specifically designed to reinforce safe riding strategies in a controlled, off-street environment. There is a normal classroom component that discusses safety concepts based on past riding experiences and current knowledge.

    BRC2 is a perfect way to reinforce basic skills on one's own personal motorcycle. Passengers are permitted with a licensed operator on a personal motorcycle. The course meets a minimum of six hours on a Saturday (one day training).

Course Date
BRC1 April 11 - 13
BRC2 April 19
BRC1 April 25 - 27
BRC1 May 9 - 11
BRC1 May 30 - June 1
BRC2 June 14
BRC1 June 27 - 29
BRC1 July 11 - 13
BRC2 July 19
BRC1 July 25 - 27
BRC1 August 8 - 10
BRC1 August 29 - 31
BRC2 September 6
BRC1 September 12 - 14
BRC1 September 26 - 28
BRC1 October 10 - 12
BRC1 October 24 - 26

*Prices shown are for Kentucky residents only. For out-of-state residents please call the number at the bottom of this page for pricing.

What you will need for the Basic Rider 1 Course:

  • Long sleeve shirt or jacket
  • Long, sturdy slacks
  • Full-fingered gloves
  • Over-the-ankle shoes or boots
  • Eye Protection

What you will need for the Basic Rider 2 Course:

  • Long sleeve shirt or jacket
  • Long, sturdy slacks
  • Full-fingered gloves
  • Over-the-ankle shoes or boots
  • Eye Protection
  • Your own street legal motorcycle, (including proof of insurance and registration)
  • Valid permit
  • DOT approved helmet (will be provided if you do not have one)

Course Cancellation Policy

If you cancel a course prior to its start date, we will gladly issue a refund. PLEASE GIVE US AS MUCH ADVANCE NOTICE AS POSSIBLE SO THAT WE CAN FILL THE OPEN SEAT.

No Refunds - Refunds are not issued after the start date of a course. Refunds are also not issued if you drop or do not pass a class. If you are unable to attend a course, substitutions are encouraged.

Low-Enrollment Refunds - 100% refunds are made for courses that are canceled by the College. In most cases, we will notify you in advance of a cancellation. Refunds will be processed as timely as possibly.

Kentucky Motorcycle Manual

To register please fill out the attached form and mail it to the address listed.

If you have any questions you may contact Mark Lambert either through email or by phone at 606-780-0629.