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Two-Wheel Ready to Ride

Ready to Ride - Motorcycle Training

Two-Wheel Ready to Ride is designed to enhance street strategies and survival skills through use of low speed control exercises while riding your own motorcycle. A specially-designed classroom session coupled with expanded riding exercises can help any rider – even the most experienced – become more proficient and confident with real on-road situations.

This course is designed for the rider who wants to strengthen critical “road” skills that makes riding safer and more enjoyable. By utilizing our private, enclosed two-lane road, riders get real road speed cornering experience. If you ride with a passenger, take this course together and experience the dynamics of riding two-up.

Pre-Requisite: Motorcycle endorsement and you must be currently and actively riding on the street.

Course Includes:

  • Overall control
  • Emergency braking
  • Swerving and avoidance techniques
  • Counter steering
  • Road speed cornering

Cost:

  • FREE ($140 value, Availability limited to dates listed)

This is a faster paced course than the BRC and BRC2. This course is research based, street oriented and taught by certified rider training instructors that have years of riding and training experience.

Two-Wheel Ready to Ride Advanced Classes

March 2021

May 2021

Contact Information

For more information, call (405) 945-3208 or email okc.driving@okstate.edu.

 

All motorcycle RiderCourses™ require the operator have proper riding gear, which includes DOT approved helmet, eye protection, sturdy gloves that cover the whole hand and fingers, full long-sleeve shirt or jacket (No ¾ length shirts), sturdy long pants of a denim or thicker material and sturdy over the ankle boots with non-slip rubber soles. (Boots with leather soles are not allowed, also NO athletic shoes, flimsy fashion boots or high heels). Gear must be worn at every session.


Precision Driving Training Center
OSU-Oklahoma City
3501 W. Reno Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
(405) 945-3208
okc.driving@okstate.edu