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$104 for a Basic Rider Course (Up to $249 Value)
The Basic Rider night course—offered by Full Throttle Riding Academy, a state-sponsored school and recognized training provider of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation—equips motorcyclists with the knowledge to ride safely and complete all state testing and training requirements. Over three nights, students split time between practicing maneuvers on the academy’s controlled off-street environment and studying in the classroom. During the riding portions, students practice motorcycle moves that range from basic starting and stopping to passing and avoiding hazards. Each rider must complete the MSF BRC workbook prior to class and bring several gear items with them, which are listed on the course website. The class must be taken on three consecutive nights from 4:45 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.: Monday through Wednesday or Thursday through Saturday. Motorcycles, workbook, and helmets will be provided.
Full Throttle Riding Academy
Former professional motorcycle racer and 20-year veteran street rider Jason Curdy dedicates his company, Full Throttle Riding Academy—a state-sponsored school and recognized training provider of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation—to teaching motorcyclists to ride safely and respect the road. Starting with the two-day Basic Rider Course, students learn to safely maneuver their vehicles on an off-street range and study riding regulations within the classroom. By the end of the course, they’ll have the knowledge and command of their bikes necessary to start riding. Riders can also brush up on their street skills in the half-day Experienced Rider Course, which incorporates more advanced riding techniques, showing them how to optimize lane position and how not to read a book at the wheel.
“Great class, super friendly and helpful!”
“Definitely worthwhile. A tough two days of learning techniques but well worth it. Just follow the instructor's directions and cues and you'll be good!”
“I had the pleasure of having Jason as my instructor. I am a learning and development professional, and I was pleased with how well Jason facilitates the training. ...”
“I had the pleasure of having Jason as my instructor. I am a learning and development professional, and I was pleased with how well Jason facilitates the training. You can tell he is passionate about creating safe, responsible riders, and works hard to instill good riding behaviors in his students. I value Jason's focus on safety and equipping his learners with the knowledge and skills needed to operate a motorcycle properly.”