May 19, 2013, Montana – Spring has sprung and with it came thoughts of riding Montana’s open roads on a motorcycle. However, every rider is encouraged to sign up for one of Montana’s Rider Safety Courses before they jump on a motorcycle. The safety courses are offered in locations all over the state, such as Missoula.
Jim Morrow of Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety said, “Riders of all riding abilities learn important techniques and skills in the classes. I highly recommend a class to anyone who wants to ride a motorcycle, even veteran riders.”
The course has three different class levels. The Basic Rider Course is an introductory two-day course recommended for new riders with little or no experience.
The Basic Rider Course 2 is intended to more experienced riders. The course allows seasoned riders an opportunity to refine essential skills on their own motorcycle in this one-day course. The Advanced Rider Course is for riders with several years of experience who want to apply advanced riding techniques to real world street riding situations. Graduates of the BRC or BRC2 course will be excused to get the motorcycle riding skill test required by Montana.
Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety became Montana’s official motorcycle training school in 1989 as a part of the Montana Office of Public Instruction in Helena. Later it was relocated to Havre, Montana as part of Montana State University-Northern.
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