YOU MUST HAVE A MOTORCYCLE LICENSE TO TAKE THIS COURSE. The Braking and Cornering Clinic (BCC) is designed for fully endorsed riders with current street-riding experience. Braking and cornering are skills identified as absent or lacking in the majority of accidents involving motorcyclists. Your participation in this 5-hour clinic is designed to improve your braking and cornering skills, and give you the confidence needed to handle emergency braking and cornering situations.
A valid Class 2 driver's license, car/light truck/motorcycle endorsement, is required to take the Braking and Cornering Clinic. Proof of vehicle insurance must also be presented at the time of class. In addition to proper license and insurance, you MUST provide the following:
- Your own 2-wheel motorcycle/scooter (there is no size restriction but it must be in safe operating condition), 3-wheel motorcycles are NOT allowed.
- DOT approved helmet (preferably ¾ or full face)
- Eye protection: face shield, goggles or, at a minimum, glasses
- Riding gloves (no cloth gardening/work gloves)
- Motorcycle jacket or, at a minimum, a long sleeve shirt
- Riding pants/sturdy jeans (full length)
- Over-the-ankle boots (avoid boots with high heels)
The Braking and Cornering Clinic takes place on the range (parking lot) on your own 2-wheel motorcycle. There is no classroom or testing of riding skills tied to successful completion. Tuition for the BCC is $60 plus tax ($63.90).
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