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Motorcycle Safety: Basic Rider Course
We are pleased to offer this new service to area motorcycle riders. And this class will show off our brand-new driving pad. More importantly, students will learn the safe driving skills for operating a motorcycle in traffic. Please come and learn the operation of motorcycle controls as you practice riding on our protected range. Here are some details:
• We will provide motorcycles, helmets, and training manuals.
• You must wear an approved helmet, over-the-ankle footwear, long pants, a long-sleeved shirt or jacket, full-fingered gloves, and
protective eye wear at all times while training.
• Successful completion achieves a skills waiver card for the NCDMV
• Class size is limited to insure personal instruction.
• We will operate rain or shine.
• A mandatory FREE e-course provided by the NC Motorcycle Safety Foundation must be completed before the start of class. The class
coordinator will contact students with e-learning login information 2 weeks prior to class. (Those who desire help with online learning may
receive assistance. Please ask.)
• A copy of the e-course Certificate of Completion must be presented to the instructor on the first day of class. Participation without this
certificate is not allowed, and refunds are not given for lack of completion.
• Please contact Clay Carter at 252-940-6357 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Motorcycle Safety: Basic Rider Course, 3 Wheels
To accommodate those riders who are using 3-wheeled vehicles we have added these sessions. The structure is the same as listed above. In this class however, the focus is on operation and safety on a 3-wheeled cycle.
Access our BCCC Course Schedule
for a current list of course offerings.
For more information or to register, please contact:
Continuing Education Registration & Records Clerk
Live Chat customer service support room: visit http://www.beaufortccc.edu/ceonline