basic rider course3Basic Rider Course (BRC) – CLICK TO REGISTER

  • Tuition: $375 on one of our training motorcycles.  Note: You can choose to use our motorcycle with an automatic transmission for an additional $50 (Due to the limited availability of automatic motorcycles in our fleet, you must contact us in advance letting us know that you would like to have an automatic motorcycle made available to you.  We will send a $50 electronic invoice to your email for the additional cost).
  • The Basic Rider Course is the best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride.
  • Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies.
  • Designed for the student with little or no riding experience.  The only prerequisite is that you can ride a pedal bicycle and that you have a driver’s license or permit.
  • Motorcycles (250cc or less) are provided at no additional charge.
  • If you do not own a helmet, you can borrow one from us.
  • Successful completion of this course will waive the need for a RMV Motorcycle Road Test. (If you do not already have a motorcycle permit, you will need to one from the RMV within 90 days of completing the course. For more information, click on the “License Steps” link or see the FAQ page.)
  • This 2-Day course consists of: a 3-hour eCourse; ten hours of on-motorcycle instruction (including a skill evaluation); and 1 hour of motorcycle safety activities/discussions.
  • A course completion card will provide a limited 10% discount on your Massachusetts motorcycle insurance.
  • Get Motorcycle Manufacturers’ Incentives!  Many motorcycle manufacturers offer tuition reimbursement or other incentives for students who successfully complete the Basic Rider Course.  Check with you local dealer for more information on incentive programs.

We offer Honda Rebel 250s, Honda Nighthawk 250s, Suzuki DR200SE, Suzuki GZ250s, and Kawasaki Eliminator 125s:

motorcycle - honda nighthawk 250

motorcycle - Suzuki DR200SE

motorcycle - suzuki-gz250

motorcycle - kawasaki eliminator125

 Classroom covers:

  • Challenges of Motorcycling
  • Motorcycle controls
  • Rider and motorcycle preparation
  • Basic riding skills
  • Street strategies
  • Special riding situations
  • Advanced turning and braking skills
  • Dangers of riding impaired
Riding sessions cover:

  • Clutch control
  • Straight-line riding
  • Shifting
  • Braking
  • Limited Space Maneuvering
  • Cornering
  • Avoiding Hazards


BRC2 / Experienced Rider Course – CLICK TO REGISTER

  • Tuition: $225.
  • Renamed from the Experienced Rider Course (ERC) to Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC2) by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
  • For riders who are currently riding and already have basic skills.
  • Similar to the BRC except speeds are higher and you will be on your own motorcycle.
  • An excellent refresher course to practice and renew riding skills.
  • Successful completion of this course will waive the need for a RMV Motorcycle Road Test.
  • This 1-Day course consists of: a 2-hour eCourse; 5 hours of on-motorcycle instruction (including a skill evaluation); and an hour of motorcycle safety activities/discussions.
  • A course completion card will provide a limited 10% discount on your Massachusetts motorcycle insurance.
  • You must bring a valid motorcycle permit/license endorsement, and an insured/registered/inspected street-legal motorcycle.
  • Your motorcycle must also pass a safety inspection before being allowed to ride on the range.  Please respect our neighbors’ right to peace and quiet.  Only motorcycles equipped with legal mufflers can be used for the ERC.  (No straight pipes, please.  Street legal aftermarket exhausts are OK).
  • Get Motorcycle Manufacturers’ Incentives!  Many motorcycle manufacturers offer tuition reimbursement or other incentives for students who successfully complete the Experienced Rider Course.  Check with you local dealer for more information on incentive programs.

Techniques Covered:

  • Rider and Motorcycle Preparation
  • Review of Basic Skills
  • Street Riding Strategies
  • Traction Management
  • Cornering, Braking, and Swerving Techniques
  • Danger of Impaired Riding

Basic Rider Course – Returning Rider (RRBRC) – CLICK TO REGISTER

  • Tuition: $299
  • Combines elements of the Basic Rider Course and the BRC2 / Experienced Rider Course.
  • Designed for riders who already possess basic skills but who have not been riding for several years.
  • The pre-requisites for the Returning Rider Course include your ability to: coordinate clutch lever and throttle use to control the motorcycle smoothly; upshift and downshift smoothly; stop the motorcycle properly at a designated point; negotiate typical roadway turns and curves.
  • This course is not intended for a novice rider who is learning to ride for the first time.
  • Motorcycles (250cc or less) are provided at no additional charge.
  • If you do not own a helmet, you can borrow one from us.
  • Successful completion of this course will waive the need for a RMV Motorcycle Road Test. (If you do not already have a motorcycle permit, you will need to one from the RMV within 90 days of completing the course. For more information, click on the “License Steps” link or see the FAQ page.)
  • This 1-Day course consists of: a 2-hour eCourse; 5 hours of on-motorcycle instruction (including a skill evaluation); and an hour of motorcycle safety activities/discussions.
  • A course completion card will provide a limited 10% discount on your Massachusetts motorcycle insurance.
  • Get Motorcycle Manufacturers’ Incentives!  Many motorcycle manufacturers offer tuition reimbursement or other incentives for students who successfully complete the course.  Check with you local dealer for more information on incentive programs.

Private Basic Rider Course – CLICK TO REGISTER

  • Tuition: $1200
  • The Basic Rider Course is the best place to start once you’ve made the decision to ride.
  • Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies.
  • Designed for the student with little or no riding experience.  The only prerequisite is that you can ride a pedal bicycle and that you have a driver’s license or permit.
  • Motorcycles (250cc or less) are provided at no additional charge.
  • If you do not own a helmet, you can borrow one from us.
  • Successful completion of this course will waive the need for a RMV Motorcycle Road Test. (If you do not already have a motorcycle permit, you will need to one from the RMV within 90 days of completing the course. For more information, click on the “License Steps” link or see the FAQ page.)
  • Receive 10% limited discount on motorcycle insurance for life.
  • Get Motorcycle Manufacturers’ Incentives! Many motorcycle manufacturers offer tuition reimbursement or other incentives for students who successfully complete the Basic Rider Course. Check with you local dealer for more information on incentive programs.
  • The Public 2-Day course consists of: a 3-hour eCourse; ten hours of on-motorcycle instruction (including a skill evaluation); and 1 hour of motorcycle safety activities/discussions.  In a private course, it may be possible to complete it in less time if your riding skills are advanced.
  • Total schedule flexibility. If your schedule does not allow you to participate in one of our group Basic Rider Courses and you would like private 1-on-1 instruction, then contact us to set up a schedule that meets your needs. We can teach almost any schedule including weekdays, early mornings, evenings, or weekends. You can choose to complete the course in 1 or 2 days or you can spread the learning out over many days to make it easier to absorb the new learning.

Techniques Covered:

  • Rider and Motorcycle Preparation
  • Introduction to motorcycles including identification of all the controls
  • Learn proper mounting, starting, and dismounting
  • Discover strategies for reducing risk while riding
  • Learn riding skills including starting, stopping, and maneuvering
  • Practice proper cornering and u-turns
  • Perform simulated lane changes and traffic negotiation
  • Execute hazard avoidance skills like going over obstacles, swerving, and stopping quickly

Private BRC2 / Experienced Rider Course – CLICK TO REGISTER

  • Tuition $675
  • Renamed from the Experienced Rider Course (ERC) to Basic Rider Course 2 (BRC2) by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
  • For riders who are currently riding and already have basic skills.
  • Similar to the BRC except speeds are higher and you will be on your own motorcycle.
  • An excellent refresher course to practice and renew riding skills.
  • Successful completion of this course will waive the need for a RMV Motorcycle Road Test.
  • The public 1-Day course consists of: a 2-hour eCourse; 5 hours of on-motorcycle instruction (including a skill evaluation); and an hour of motorcycle safety activities/discussions.  In a private course, it may be possible to complete it in less time if your riding skills are advanced.
  • A course completion card will provide a limited 10% discount on your Massachusetts motorcycle insurance.
  • You must bring a valid motorcycle permit/license endorsement, and an insured/registered/inspected street-legal motorcycle.
  • Your motorcycle must also pass a safety inspection before being allowed to ride on the range.  Please respect our neighbors’ right to peace and quiet.  Only motorcycles equipped with legal mufflers can be used for the ERC.  (No straight pipes, please.  Street legal aftermarket exhausts are OK).
  • Total schedule flexibility. If your schedule does not allow you to participate in one of our group Experienced Rider Courses and you would like private 1-on-1 instruction, then contact us to set up a schedule that meets your needs. We can teach almost any schedule including weekdays, early mornings, evenings, or weekends.  Please call us to set up your personal course, 781-974-2474.

Techniques Covered:

  • Rider and Motorcycle Preparation
  • Review of Basic Skills
  • Street Riding Strategies
  • Traction Management
  • Cornering, Braking, and Swerving Techniques
  • Danger of Impaired Riding

Private BRC – Returning Rider Course – CLICK TO REGISTER

  • Tuition: $775
  • Combines elements of the Basic Rider Course and the BRC2 / Experienced Rider Course.
  • Designed for riders who already possess basic skills but who have not been riding for several years.
  • The pre-requisites for the Returning Rider Course include your ability to: coordinate clutch lever and throttle use to control the motorcycle smoothly; upshift and downshift smoothly; stop the motorcycle properly at a designated point; negotiate typical roadway turns and curves.
  • This course is not intended for a novice rider who is learning to ride for the first time.
  • Motorcycles (250cc or less) are provided at no additional charge.
  • If you do not own a helmet, you can borrow one from us.
  • Successful completion of this course will waive the need for a RMV Motorcycle Road Test. (If you do not already have a motorcycle permit, you will need to one from the RMV within 90 days of completing the course. For more information, click on the “License Steps” link or see the FAQ page.)
  • The public 1-Day course consists of: a 2-hour eCourse; 5 hours of on-motorcycle instruction (including a skill evaluation); and an hour of motorcycle safety activities/discussions.  In a private course, it may be possible to complete it in less time if your riding skills are advanced.
  • Total schedule flexibility. If your schedule does not allow you to participate in one of our group Returning Rider Courses and you would like private 1-on-1 instruction, then contact us to set up a schedule that meets your needs. We can teach almost any schedule including weekdays, early mornings, evenings, or weekends.  Please call us to set up your personal course, 781-974-2474.

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  • Regular Tuition: $399.
  • 2-Day Course is completed in approximately 16 hours.
  • This course is designed to provide the beginning three-wheel rider with knowledge, confidence, and driving skills practiced in a safe controlled environment.
  • Pass the course, get your 3-Wheel motorcycle license without the need for an RMV road test.  (If you would like to obtain your motorcycle license as a result of passing the Basic Spyder / Sidecar / Trike Course, you must provide a photocopy of your valid Massachusetts motorcycle permit.  See the FAQ page for more information.)
  • The only prerequisite is that you have a driver’s license or permit.
  • If you do not own a helmet, you can borrow one from us.
  • Receive 10% limited discount on motorcycle insurance for life.

Topics covered:

  • Risk Management Strategies
  • Operation of Controls
  • Direct Steering / Weaving
  • Cornering and Body Positioning
  • Braking (Straight Line and in Corners)
  • Shifting Gears
  • Controlling Skids
  • Stopping Quickly without Skidding
  • Evasive maneuvers: Swerving and Stopping Quickly in Curves

Students will take a written and skills exam during the course, the successful completion of this course enables riders to receive their 3-wheel motorcycle endorsement with no road test at the RMV.