Motorcycle/Moped Driver Ed (816)

816-420. Motorcycle Basic (BRC). (0.4 Credits)

Motorcycle Basic Rider (BRC) Course. Intended for novice motorcycle riders, devote six hours of classroom time and ten hours of on-cycle instruction to learn the necessary skills for safe cycle operation. Emphasis is placed on motorcycle controls, rider decision making, basic riding skills and maneuvering, and basic street riding. The course uses program materials from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF), and motorcycles are provided for students. After successful completion of this course, students will receive a waiver form exempting them from taking the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Motorcycle In-Traffic (MIT) skills test to obtain their motorcycle license. <p>NEW Pre-requisite: Students must complete the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic e-Course less than 30 days prior to taking a basic motorcycle riding class at WCTC. (There is a separate fee paid directly to the MSF.)</p> <ol> <li>Take the <a href="http://msf-usa.org/eCourse.aspx">MSF Basic e-Course</a>.</li> <li>Print the certificate of completion.</li> <li>Bring the certificate to the first day of class at WCTC.</li> </ol>

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816-421. Motorcycle Basic-2 (BRC2). (0.2 Credits)

Motorcycle Basic-2 Rider Course (BRC2). Geared for riders who already have basic skills, this course is similar to the Basic Rider Course except the speeds are higher and riders will use their own motorcycles for all three days of class; it is not for first-time riders. This is an excellent refresher for those who already have their Class M license or for experienced riders seeking to obtain one. The eight-hour course includes a classroom component focusing on street strategies and rider decision making based on past riding experiences and current knowledge. An on-cycle instruction component will include a skills test for the license waiver. Students must hold either a Wisconsin Motorcycle Temporary permit, or already hold a Class M and provide motorcycle registration and proof of current insurance. After successful completion of this course, students will receive a waiver form exempting them from taking the Wisconsin Department Motorcycle In-Traffic (MIT) skills test to obtain their motorcycle license. <p>NEW Pre-requisite: Students must complete the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic e-Course less than 30 days prior to taking a basic motorcycle riding class at WCTC. (There is a separate fee paid directly to the MSF.)</p> <ol> <li>Take the <a href="http://msf-usa.org/eCourse.aspx">MSF Basic e-Course</a>.</li> <li>Print the certificate of completion.</li> <li>Bring the certificate to the first day of class at WCTC.</li> </ol>

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816-422B. Ultimate Bike Bonding Exp. (0.2 Credits)

This course is designed to help riders develop smooth and precise controls as they manipulate riding techniques.

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816-422C. Motorcycle Ultimate (UBBRC). (0.2 Credits)

Motorcycle Advanced Ultimate Bike-Bonding Rider Course (UBBRC). Patterned after police motorcycle training courses, this eight-hour course is geared toward experienced riders. The exercises and skill circuits are designed to improve a rider's overall riding performance through smooth and precise control operation, body positioning on the motorcycle and the development of a rider's crash avoidance techniques. Riders will use their own motorcycle, must show proof of registration and insurance, and must have driven 2,500 miles on their current motorcycle. A completion card is issued to all participants.

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