Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC2)
A six-hour course for licensed riders looking to improve or refresh their skills, or for recent graduates of the Basic Rider Course seeking additional practice on their personal motorcycle.
This course consists of nine riding exercises, eight of which are borrowed from the Basic Rider Course with some minor enhancements for the more experience rider along with one completely new exercise.
Motorcycle Course Schedule
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Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC2) Fees
$150 – Frederick County Residents
$155 – Maryland Residents outside of Frederick County
$160 – Non-Maryland Residents
Participants are required to have a Class “M” Motorcycle license.
Course payment must be received at the time of registration. Participants may report to FCC as a stand-by student on the first day of the course and, if selected, enroll by completing the registration form and paying the course fee in full.
During the initial rider activities, each rider’s ability to operate a motorcycle will be evaluated by the instructors. Riders unable to demonstrate minimum riding proficiency will not be permitted to continue and will not receive a refund. These riders may be candidates for the Basic Rider Course (an additional fee may be required for enrollment.)
Protective clothing (eye protection, suitable jacket, long sleeves, long pants, full-fingered gloves and over-the-ankle footwear) and a properly-fitted DOT-certified helmet (in good condition, with labeling intact) is required during the riding portion. If you do not have a helmet, gloves or eyewear, FCC may loan these items to you for the duration of the course.
Riders are required to use their personal motorcycle (properly tagged, insured and in good operating condition) after passing a routine pre-ride check conducted as part of the course. Motorcycles with sidecars, trikes or scooters are not permitted. The Program will not be responsible for any damage to a rider’s motorcycle resulting from participation.
To successfully complete the course, students are required to:
Participate in all course sessions
Pass a riding skills test
Upon successful completion, you will receive a Maryland Motorcycle Safety Program Completion Card and completion certificate. Please note: Students are not guaranteed to pass the test or complete the course.
Participants are required to have a Class M motorcycle license.
Course curriculum, approved by the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA), meets or exceeds the standards set by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
There is no guarantee that participants will pass the course and/or earn a Class M Motorcycle License.
The Late Policy indicates students arriving late to class will not be permitted to participate in class activities.
Instruction is provided rain or shine.