Since I signed up spontaneously, I had no time to anticipate what I was getting myself into prior to the first class. All I really knew was I had six hours of classroom instruction and ten hours of range work ahead of me, including a written exam and a skills test. Good thing I happen to like learning and like to be challenged.
The first two nights of the course are spent going over the Basic RiderCourse handbook. Here are just some of the key points you'll learn:
That's really only the tip of the iceberg. As a person who had never been on a motorcycle (still hadn't by that point), I learned a lot. But I don't think I truly grasped a lot of the concepts until I was able to get on a bike and ride. Can you guess what the next post will be on?
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