Please review the handbook prior to coming to class. You can view the handbook online at http://msf-usa.org/downloads/BRCHandbook.pdf. You will receive a hard copy of the handbook in class. The handbook is available in Spanish by going to http://msf-usa.org/downloads/BRCHandbook_Spanish.pdf.
Participation is 100% mandatory and you cannot miss any part of the class.
Refund Policy: (Also applies to purchase orders) Full refunds will be given to any student/company canceling 3 business days prior to the first session. Student and/or companies will incur all charges with no refund if student does not drop the course 3 business days prior to the first session. To receive a transfer or refund, please call our office for assistance at 218-262-7253 or 218-749-7731.
To take this course, you must be able to ride and balance a bicycle. Balancing is not taught in this course. You must be able to safely control the motorcycle during every exercise. The instructor may dismiss you from the course, if at any time, they feel you are a danger to your own safety or the safety of the other students. Courses will run regardless of weather conditions: therefore, be prepared for rain, snow, wind cold and heat. Bring rain gear and dress in layers for warmth. It is important to bring snacks since vending machines/food is not available at the site.
Riders 18 and older can earn their motorcycle license by successfully completing the course. You must bring the required protective gear for on the range skills including: Eye protection, Long-sleeved shirt/jacket, Full-fingered gloves, Long pants with no tears or holes, sturdy footwear that covers the ankles, and a D.O.T. approved helmet.
Parent/guardian signature is required for participants under 18 years of age *NOTE - If you are 18 or older you must have your motorcycle permit before attending class. **NOTE - Riders who have already failed a state and/or MMSC skill test twice are not eligible for the State Skill Test Waiver. All subsequent skill tests for a motorcycle endorsement must be taken at a DVS exam station. 1.45 CEU
Bring to Class:
Riders 18 and older: if you have your motorcycle permit before class begins, you can earn your motorcycle license by successfully completing the course. If you do not have your permit, you can still take this course, but you will still need to go to a Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) exam station to take the skills test.
Riders under 18: MUST successfully complete this course BEFORE getting your motorcycle permit. Parent/guardian signature is required for participants under 18 years of age. A permission slip will be sent home the first night of class.
All riders: You must have your driver's license and it is strongly advised to have a driver's permit to take the Basic Rider Course. You must bring the required protective gear for on-cycle range skills. Gear required: eye protection, long-sleeved shirt/jacket, full-fingered gloves, long pants with no tears or holes, sturdy footwear that covers the ankles, and a D.O.T. approved helmet.