Class Dates

See Calendar for available class dates.                                             
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Classes start at 7:30am and run until around 4:00pm - $275 / Student


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BRC 701B
July 9/10
BRC 702
July 11/12
Class Full
BRC 702A
July 13/14
Class Full
BRC 702B
July 16/17
Class Full
BRC 703
July 18/19
Class Full
BRC 703B
July 23/24
Class Full
BRC 704
July 25/26
Class Full
BRC 801
August 1/2
Class Full
BRC 801B
August 5/6
BRC 802
August 8/9
BRC 802B
August 12/13
BRC 803
August 15/16
BRC 803B
August 20/21
BRC 803C
August 21/22
BRC 804
August 22/23
BRC 804B
August 26/27
BRC 805
August 29/30
     More Dates Coming Soon


What kind of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required for the class? All students are responsible, and required, to wear at a minimum while riding on the range:

  • ¾ coverage or full face helmet meeting DOT standards,
  • protective eyewear (sunglasses and/or helmet visors are permitted)
  • long sleeves, sturdy long pants
  • full fingered gloves
  • sturdy footwear that covers the ankle bones (high-top athletic shoes do not qualify) 

This is a state-mandated requirement for all DMV-licensed training sites, so there will be NO EXCEPTIONS. Students should arrive prepared to ride on both class days. If you arrive without proper riding attire (PPE) you will be removed from the class and the course fee will not be refunded.


The class seat reservation for which you have paid may prevent another person from planning to attend. Therefore, No refunds will be given for cancellations made less than 48 hours before the class date. If you fail to arrive on time (7:30 AM), leave, or sit out any scheduled exercise or classroom unit for any reason other than medical, you will be considered withdrawn from the course and the course fee will not be refunded.

Riding a motorcycle can be dangerous. If you are riding in an unsafe manner or pose a safety risk to yourself or other students, the instructor may review your performance and recommend that you withdraw from the course, or exercise his or her authority to remove you. You may also voluntarily withdraw from the course if you do not feel comfortable enough to continue. The course fee will not be refunded under these circumstances.

By state regulation, a student enrolled in Motorcycle Safety Class has to attend all classroom units, must participate in all range exercises, and successfully pass both the written and range skills assessments in order to obtain the Class M endorsement.