I took this course about three years after I got on the road as a very avid rider. (Lots of miles) It was fun but not easy! My turns and especially u-turns got much tighter and I felt a lot more confident after the course. I plan to do it again soon. Lots of my fellow riders have taken it multiple times. My local dealership holds classes and our HOG chapter fills up the course. Highly recommend!

Linda Bailie
Berwick, ME
Monday, March 27, 2017
I took this course last summer, and it was a blast. I plan to do it again this year as a refresher. Don't be intimidated by it. If you already have plenty of real life riding experience, this will be easy.

Bobbi Devine
Jonestown, PA
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
This looks like a great class. I will have to see when and where one is available in Maryland. I would probably take it on my GSXR 750 because that bike is more difficult at low speeds and I could use any and all tips to control it better there (I usually have to get very creative when parking it because the little bugger doesn't have much of a turning radius).

Katherine M
Mount Airy, MD
Sunday, July 17, 2016
Editor Response
Hi Katherine,
I would recommend the BRC2 for you, to get more practice with low-speed maneuvers. The ARC focuses a bit more on real-life situations and how to handle your bike at real road speeds. The BRC2 is also a one-day course that will cover more low-speed maneuvering with you on your bike.

Both classes are great, though. I recommend taking both!
Tricia Szulewski, Assistant Editor