BRC Pre & Post Course Information
BRC Pre-Post Course Information.pdf
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The BRC is a two day course.
No class is scheduled on a Federal Holiday. Due to mission requirements and resources, schedule is subject to change. The "AIRS calendar" will have the current information (class date & start time), found via Registration Page.
Routine schedule (Starting 2017) Tue-Wed and Thur-Fri, check AIRS. Only the first day of the two day class is listed, Starting Time varies: May-Sep 0630-1530. Oct - Apr 0730-1630 Start Time for a weekend class may vary. Doors open 30 minutes prior to class start time.
The schedule may change if there is a Federal Holiday during the week.
Day # 1 BRC & MSRC Students Report to Garrison Safety Office - be ready to ride when you arrive at the BRC CLassroom. Check-In begins 30 minutes before Class Start Time.
- Don't be late. Start Time for a weekend class may vary.
Training motorcycles, helmets with faceshield and gloves are available for BRC students. Rider must provide remaining PPE (AR 385-10) When you use on of our helmets - YOU MUST wear a: hanky, doo rag or a piece of cloth between your head and our helmet. If you do not have a: hanky, doo rag or piece of cloth, you will not be allowed to use our helmet or attend the course.
Learners Permit - Skill Test Waiver
As of 1 Oct 08 - previously issued NC Skill Test Waiver Card will no longer be issued. If you have a NC Learners Permit - you will have to pass the NC Skills Test in order to obtain a NC Motorcycle Endorsed License. Do NOT provide DMV your BRC completion card, you will not receive a replacement.
Learners Permit or Endorsement -
If you ride your motorcycle, you must have either a learner permit or endorsement. NC DMV will encourage you to obtain a Learners Permit, this does not require them to administer a Skills Test. As of 1 Oct 08 - you will no longer receive a NC Skill Test Waiver Card and will be required to take the Skills Test at DMV.
If you ride a training motorcycle, no requirement to have: drivers license, a motorcycle learner permit or endorsement.
Cost is free to qualified riders. Experience gained is priceless
PPE IAW AR 385-10 Army Safety Program 11.9 Motorcycle Safety (d) Motorcycle and all-terrain vehicle rider protection. Uniform or civilian clothing - let those who ride decide - "no skin below the chin"
Prior to the course you can do a review which will provide you with an opportunity to test your knowledge of the material covered in BRC.
MOM - Motorcycle Operator Manual is a VERY HELPFUL item for those starting the journey into motorcycle operations: riding, buying & enjoying.