Colorado Springs Driving Schools
Colorado Springs Driving Schools
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The Basic RiderCourse is the best place for new riders to start once you’ve made the decision to ride.
This is a 15-hour course; five classroom hours and 10 hours riding a motorcycle
•The motorcycle and helmet are provided.
•Graduates of this course may be qualified for a motorcycle license test waiver (check your State).
•Colorado will waive both the written and riding tests for your M endorsement with this class.
•Graduates may qualify for insurance premium discounts with some motorcycle insurers.
•Completion of the Basic RiderCourse satisfies the requirements of the Department of Defense regulations regarding motorcycle training for active duty military members and civilians operating a motorcycle on and off military installations.
The Basic RiderCourse is conducted at a pace that results in successful completion for most novice riders. Our RiderCoaches will help you learn to the best of your ability. If you have significant difficulty or become a risk to yourself or others, as determined by you or your RiderCoaches, you will not be permitted to continue to ride (other options may be available for developing your riding skills).
Basic RiderCourse 2
This course is designed for riders who want to obtain a motorcycle endorsement or for riders wanting more practice on their own motorcycle. Successful completion will waive both the written and the riding test for a motorcycle at the Colorado DMV. Check with your specific State too.
It is for riders who already have basic skills. It is similar to the Basic RiderCourse except the speeds are higher and riders should be riding their own motorcycle. It is an excellent refresher course to practice and renew basic riding skills. There is an informal classroom component that consists of discussing safety concepts based on past riding experiences and current knowledge.
Riders may use a training motorcycle or their own safe, street-ready motorcycle (proof of insurance will be checked). Use of a training motorcycle will cost an additional $20.
•Successfully completed a Basic RiderCourse (BRC); OR
•Have sufficient on-road experience and skill to be able to perform basic maneuvering and handling skills such as maintaining balance, demonstrating smooth clutch-throttle control, brake usage and turning procedures; AND
•Must successfully achieve the objectives of Exercise 1, Control at Low Speed, and must successfully achieve the objectives of subsequent exercises to continue.
You will learn:
•High Speed Maneuvering
•Quick Swerving / Avoidance Techniques
•Emergency Braking for Curves and Slippery Surfaces
•Learn how to stop dragging expensive parts in turns!
No matter how long you have been riding, this course will challenge your skills!
The Advanced RiderCourse is designed for experienced riders of all types of bikes, including scooters. The ARC uses techniques developed by sportbike riders both on and off the track.
The one day course is spent hands-on. Riders must use their own motorcycles. You must already have a valid motorcycle license and your bike must be licensed, insured (with proof of insurance) and street worthy.
The ARC is the public version of the Military SportBike RiderCourse (MSRC), and may be taken by riders using any type of motorcycle. It is a one-day course consisting of approximately 4 hours of classroom activities and 4 hours of riding activities.
Because of the high level of traction required, riding activities will NOT be conducted if the riding surface is wet. The classroom activities will be conducted and the riding portion rescheduled for another time.
Basic Bike Bonding RiderCourse
The Basic Bike Bonding RiderCourse is an extension of the Basic RiderCourse. This course is designed to allow new riders to become more comfortable, more automated, and more confident in the operation of a motorcycle before purchasing their own motorcycle and actually entering traffic.
•The BBBRC is conducted on our training bike or a student owned motorcycle of training bike size.
•If you want to use your own larger bike, see the Ultimate Bike Bonding RiderCourse
•There is NO written or riding test.
•Ideally the BBBRC is conducted soon after completing the BRC.
•A valid motorcycle permit or endorsement is required.
To participate you should have successfully completed the Basic RiderCourse (BRC) or equivalent, or have sufficient riding skills and experiences to operate a motorcycle with basic proficiency. The BBBRC is a great transition for graduates of the Basic RiderCourse to continue skill development.
There is no classroom portion to this course, riding exercises consist of Bike Bonding Awareness, Basic Control Skills,Speed Control & Turns from a Stop, Tight Turns, Accelerating, Braking & Turning, Engine Braking, Curves & Swerves, Low-Speed Decreasing Radius Curves, Control in Tighter Spaces, Lollipops, and Sharing the Road. No passengers are permitted in the BBBRC.
DBS is a one-day training course conducted off-road on dual-purpose motorcycles intended for riders interested in recreational trail riding. Content includes riding skills development, risk management and environmental awareness. Having off-road skills can also enhance the on-road riding experience.
Many adults take the course with their children and/or family members to enjoy the memorable experience.
Motorcycle: Bring your own motorcycle or use one of ours!
Minimum Equipment: Safe off-road or dual-sport motorcycle with appropriate tires for dirt riding and fuel for 6-8 hours of riding, spare spark plug and basic tool kit (plug wrench, etc), DOT helmet, jacket, sturdy pants, gloves, eye protection, over-the-ankle boots. (You can also rent limited off-road riding gear from us.) Hydration packs (CamelBak, canteens, etc) are recommended for all seasons. Long sleeves recommended for summer.
Class Overview: Controls, Moving the motorcycle ( clutch, starting, stopping) Riding posture, Shifting, Lower Body Control, Turning, Riding Management, Turning and Gap Selection, Counterbalancing, Riding Over Obstacles, K-Turn, U-Turns on Hills, Traversing HIlls, Riding Responsibly, Post Ride Check/Dismissal.
Length: 8 hours (1 day)
Age: 6 years old - Adult
Introductory Motorcycle Experience
Are you interested in learning to ride, but a bit apprehensive?
Clueless about how to operate a bike?
Planning on being a passenger and have questions about what to do?
Our Introductory Motorcycle Experience might be the answer for you.
In a relaxed, no stress atmosphere, you will be able to ask questions, get advice, and enjoy the interaction with other students who are at the same level of experience. At the conclusion of the experience you will have the knowledge to make the decision to continue to the faster paced Basic RiderCourse.
A two-hour, first touch experience with a motorcycle and not designed to teach a person to ride. This is a familiarization program that points out the primary parts and controls of a typical motorcycle, it helps a potential rider determine whether motorcycling is a good personal choice. You will learn how to operate the clutch and given lots of time to practice. Students are given the option to manipulate the controls while astride a motorcycle, and are led into a Basic RiderCourse as a formal way to learn to ride.
Ultimate Bike Bonding RiderCourse
Do you struggle with low-speed maneuvers or tight turns?
Ultimate Bike-Bonding RiderCourse is a program patterned after police motorcycle training courses. It consists of exercises to improve your low speed performance. Emphasis is placed on helping riders improve their control manipulation, or "putting the bike where you want it".
The UBBRC is designed for riders who possess solid basic skills and have recent riding experience. It is recommended that the motorcycle be appropriated for the size and strength of its rider.
•The UBBRC does not have a formal classroom component.
•No written or riding test.
•This course is done on your bike.
Exercises: Bike-Bonding Awareness, Big box, Zigzag,Circle Weaves,Switchbacks, Lollipops, Circuit Training, and Sharing the Road.
Note: You must provide your own motorcycle for this course.
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