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BRC2 classes are currently offered at Fay Myers Motorcycle World in Greenwood Village and Rangeview High School

You must ride your motorcycle in this course. 

All BRC2 sessions are weather permitting!

 FAY MYERS MOTORCYCLE WORLD  9700 Arapahoe Rd & Dayton,Greenwood VLG map it 

RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL  17599 E. Iliff, Aurora, 80013 map it 

PICKENS TECHNICAL COLLEGE  500 Airport Rd., Aurora map it

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Ideal course for seasoned or returning riders who want some training on their motorcycle and want to get their motorcycle endorsement- get legal!  Take a class with other seasoned riders. Recommend 6 months or 1000 miles recent riding experience (Passengers are permitted for an additional fee)

  • One day course- 8 hours hours riding plus 3 hours online Zoom classroom and 2 hour eCourse requirement prior to session
  • Use coupon code in confirmation email to go online and complete eCourse
  • Follow COVID-19 guidelines, including wearing a mask at all times
  • Use your own motorcycle and helmet. With 3/4 helmet you wear a mask while riding. With full face helmet you put on mask when you take helmet off. 
  • Qualifies graduates for insurance premium discounts with some motorcycle insurers.
  • Earn DMV waiver for ‘m’ endorsement.
  • Three student minimum; 8 student maximum.

Even if you’ve been riding for some time there’s always something new to learn or re-learn, especially if you are returning to the sport. Increasing numbers of seasoned riders are utilizing the six-hour BRC2 to hone their skills and fine-tune the mental skills needed for survival on the street.

You’ll discuss with your peers how to balance the mental and physical aspects of safe riding, manage risk, increase visibility and optimize your lane position. The BRC2 also covers the importance of protective gear, rider responsibility, motorcycle inspection and care, and the effects of alcohol and other drugs on riding.

Using your own motorcycle, you’ll put into practice the techniques of managing traction, stopping quickly, cornering and swerving.

Response to COVID-19 virus:

In the interest of all our continued health and safety, we have instituted the following requirements for attending a class at T3RG as long as the covid-19 virus poses a serious health risk.

1. Complete, date and sign the Pre-Class Questionnaire when you arrive at class.
2. Allow your instructor to take your temperature both mornings of class with a no touch thermometer.
3. Bring your own face mask and wear it at all times during class, inside and out on the range.
4. Honor a distance of six feet of separation as directed by your instructor during all sessions.
If you have been in close contact with someone positive for covid-19 in the last 14 days, are experiencing shortness of breath or difficulty breathing now, please call the office to reschedule your class. You will not be allowed to participate in the class at this time if any of the above is true.

If you contact the office at least 24 hours prior to your day one, we will reschedule you for a later date at no charge.

Not sure which course will be best for you? You can’t go wrong taking our Basic Rider Level 1 Course First!

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If you are interested in registering for one of our more advanced motorcyle training classes, please call 303.433.9424 or visit our registration page.

If you would like to find the first available class, regardless of location then
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What do students say after completing the BRC2?

Having ridden motorcycles for years, I decided to take the BRC2 course for a “little tune-up”. However, I was surprised to discover I was in for a BIG tune-up.

Our instructor for the day was Jon. Due to his approach and expert level technical skill, I came away feeling much more prepared for emergency maneuvers and handling my bike in tight situations.

Jon is highly organized, very supportive of riders of all skill levels, engaging, and an extremely talented and skilled rider.

I would recommend the BRC2 to anyone, regardless of the number of miles/hours they have on a bike.  Steve D


I wanted to send you a thank you note for your Basic Rider Course 2 I attended on Sunday, October 13th at Gateway High School in Aurora. I received some helpful information and instruction that has already made me a better rider. Michael Fales’ riding experience helped all of us in the class understand certain principles of riding we had never considered. He had complete and clear answers to all our questions, and the fact that he could negotiate all the test exercises on his monstrous touring bike gave us all the confidence we needed to believe we could accomplish the tasks on our much smaller motorcycles. The Basic Rider Course 2 is perfect for those of us who have done a lot of off road biking and know how to handle a motorcycle to prepare us for our transition to road biking. Thank you again for offering this course and I won’t hesitate to recommend it to any of my friends.  Jim S.