Non-Standard Motorcycle Courses in North Carolina

In addition to Motorcycle courses for standard motorcycles, North Carolina motorcycle organizations also offer the following courses:

  • 3 Wheel, 3 track vehicles. This course is similar to the Basic Riding Course for motorcycles.
  • Returning Rider Basic Rider Course (RRBC). This course is a 9 hour refresher course. Like the BRC (Basic Rider Course), motorcycles are provided. Students must have the proper helmet, eye-gear, and clothing.
  • Dirt Bike Courses. Some organizations don’t offer this course, but many do. Be sure to check with your local motorcycle organization to see where and when you can take this course.
  • Rider Coach Training. There are courses for those who want to be an approved course instructor.

Some insurance companies may give a discount for students who successfully complete an approved course.

Some of the more common bikes used are Harley Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha brands. Most bikes weigh around 300 pounds and have around 250 cc.

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