MCC Corporate College: 2018 Learn 2 Ride

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR THE BASIC RIDERCOURSE • Motorcycles are provided. • Cost is $275 due at time of registration. Registration must be done online. • Class Location: Monroe Community College’s Applied Technologies Center, 2485 West Henrietta Road, Rochester, New York 14623. Note - This is NOT MCC’s main campus. • Participation in this course requires the ability to ride a bicycle, physical stamina, motor coordination, mental alertness, and meeting the objectives of the riding exercises. • The riding exercises are physically demanding. You will be required to push the motorcycle while straddling it. • Arrive on time, prepared and ready to ride. There is no grace period allowed, and if you are late you will forfeit your tuition. • Minimum height recommendation is 5 feet. If in doubt, contact Learn2Ride Inc. at 585-615-7433 prior to registering. You may need to make arrangements to “try on” one of our motorcycles prior to class. (You must be able to sit with both feet flat on the ground. If you arrive at class and cannot do this, no refund will be given.) • There is no guarantee of successful com- pletion and there are no refunds once the course begins. • Classes run rain or shine, and in extreme heat.

Basic RiderCourse (two-day beginner course;

DMV Road Test Waiver eligible) The Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s Basic RiderCourse (BRC) is designed for those with very little or no experience riding a motorcycle. It is a combination online, classroom and hands-on riding program which introduces and practices the physical and mental skills necessary to ride a motorcycle. The Basic RiderCourse is scheduled for 16 hours (in addition to the 3-hour online course prerequisite.) Multiple classes are offered in Rochester at Monroe Community College each year beginning in April and ending in September or October. COURSE COMPONENTS 1. Online Course Prerequisite (Mandatory): see page 3 for this information. 2. Classroom: An electronically supported classroom session using small work groups with facilitated, interactive learning activities focuses on perception development and situational awareness to further develop the mental skills necessary for street riding. 3. Hands-on Riding Exercises (approximately 5 hours each day): Day 1 – Each riding exercise has specific objective(s) that must be achieved to continue.

Day 2 – At the end of the riding exercises, the riding skill evaluation is conducted.



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