Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety
Training Courses: Advanced RiderCourse (ARC)

For the Seasoned Rider

Cornering in an ARC course
The ARC Course is a one-day class that is open to experienced motorcyclists who want to fine-tune their skills and bring their riding to the next level. All makes and models of motorcycles are welcome and encouraged to attend. 

In the interactive environment of the classroom, the focus is on self-assessment, risk management, rider behavior and riding strategies. Then you will take that knowledge out to the closed-course riding range to develop in-depth skills for controlled braking, threshold braking, efficient cornering, maximum traction, and enhanced swerving.

Here's what you'll need:

  • Your street-legal motorcycle (subject to a safety inspection)
  • DOT approved helmet
  • Insurance for your motorcycle is highly recommended
  • Possess a Class M License Endorsement
  • Wear appropriate riding gear: long sleeve shirt or jacket, long pants or jeans, over the ankle boots, gloves (full fingered), and eye protection
  • A signed waiver
  • A waiver signed by a parent or guardian for any student under the age of 18.

To get the most out of this course you should have:

  • Several years riding experience
  • The drive to become the best rider you can be

Class is conducted in optimal weather conditions (no precipitation) so that threshold braking can be explored and maximum traction is available. However, depending on forecasted temperatures you are advised to bring:

  • Wet weather gear (rain jackets, rain pants, etc.)
  • Cold weather gear (warm jackets, sweaters, etc.)
  • Sunblock

You may also want to bring:

  • Water or other non-alcoholic beverages
  • Lunch/snacks as necessary

**Please note that any unsafe acts will result in the dismissal of the student.**

Register for a class
Register for a class in one of these locations by clicking the city:
Great Falls
Malmstrom Air Force Base
  Call 800-922-2453 to register
ARC Benefits
  • Learn how to self-assess and how to perform advanced riding techniques
  • Successful completion may qualify you for insurance discounts (check with your agent)
  • Learn how to enjoy yourself more when you ride.
  • Meet new friends.
Contact Us
Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety
1115 North Roberts St
Helena, MT 59601

On the Donaldson Campus:
Room 113

Phone: 1.800.922.BIKE
Fax: 1.406.447.6397