The Course for Motorcycle Riders
If you live in the Dallas/Ft Worth area and want to get your Texas motorcycle driver's license, you need to know about us.
We're Texas Motorcycle Training and we teach the motorcycle safety class required by Texas Department of Public Safety for a motorcycle driver's license. As of September 2009, you must take this Course and obtain a MSB - 8 in order to receive your motorcycle license.
Here's why we are the best: In the BRC (Basic Rider Course), you ride. You don't just talk about it.
- And your only homework assignment is to make it home safely.
The instructors we've chosen know their stuff. And they make sure you do, too. They help you develop advanced riding skills you can't learn from family members or friends.
They come from various backgrounds, but they all have three things in common: They're professionally trained. They've been riding for years. And they want to see others enjoy the sport and live to spread the word.
THE MOTORCYCLE SAFETY COURSE:
The course is taught at two levels. There's a Basic Rider Course for new riders and the Basic Rider Course 2 for experienced riders. That way new riders don't feel intimidated by experienced riders. Experienced riders don't have to wait for beginners to catch up. Choose the one that's right for you.
Think of the BRC (Basic Rider Course) as Motorcycling 101. You learn to make your motorcycle perform like an extension of yourself. By the end of The Course, we'll be challenging your skills at the two-year rider level. The best part is you don't even need a helmet or a motorcycle. We provide them for you.
THE BRC 2:
Motorcycling At The Graduate Level. The ERC (Experienced Rider Course) is for experienced riders only who have an (M) endorsement. You work with other riders like yourself. Advanced students use their own motorcycles, you'll see all types of bikes; cruisers, sport bikes, and touring machines.
No matter how long you've been riding, the advanced course is tough enough to challenge your skills. You learn high-speed maneuvering, quick swerving and avoidance techniques, countersteering, traction control, and emergency braking for curves and slippery surfaces. Skills you can use whether you're touring cross-country or just riding down to the corner store.