Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety
Training Courses: Basic RiderCourse 2 (BRC2)

The BRC2 has been updated and now requires an online eCourse to be completed/passed prior to attending the BRC2. After you register online you’ll receive an email with a website link to register, at no cost, for the eCourse on the MSF website. After completing/passing the eCourse you will print out your certificate and you MUST bring the printed completion certificate to class in order to be able to continue. If you do not present your proof of completion at class you will not be allowed to continue and there will be no refund for the cost of the course. (Your local library probably can help if you need internet assistance.)

For Experienced Riders

MMRS students
The Basic RiderCoursesm 2 is a one-day class designed to improve your skills in braking, evasive maneuvers and turning. It provides the experienced motorcyclist with the "street strategies" necessary for survival.

Using your own motorcycle, you'll put into practice the techniques of managing traction, stopping quickly, cornering and swerving. You will also discuss with your peers how to balance the mental and physical aspects of safe riding, manage risk, increase visibility and optimize your lane position. This course also provides valuable information about protective gear, rider responsibility, motorcycle inspection and care, and the effects of alcohol and other drugs on riding.

Even if you've been riding for some time, there's always something new to learn. Or bad habits to unlearn. Be aware that if a rider's skill level is considered unsafe by the Coach, that rider may be counseled out of the class.

Increasing numbers of seasoned riders are attending a BRC2 to hone their skills and fine-tune the mental skills needed for survival in traffic. This experienced course may also qualify graduates for insurance premium discounts with their motorcycle insurers, so be sure to call your agent for more information!

What you will need for this course:

  • Your street-legal motorcycle (in good repair because it will be subject to a safety inspection before being allowed into the course)
  • DOT approved helmet
  • Insurance for your motorcycle is highly recommended

Wear appropriate riding attire: long sleeve shirt or jacket, long pants or jeans (not too baggy or long), over the ankle boots, gloves (full fingered), eye protection.


In order to participate, MMRS requires every student to be prepared; specifically you must:

  • Have 12 months (or 3000 street miles) riding experience
  • Provide a signed waiver
  • Have a valid motorcyle endorsement or learner permit
  • Eye protection (faceshield, goggles, or glasses)
  • Wear full fingered gloves, preferably leather
  • Wear long sleeved shirt or jacket
  • Wear sturdy pants (no shorts)
  • Wear boots that cover your ankles
  • Be in a proper state of mind

Since class is conducted in ALL weather conditions (except for extreme weather), 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
Columbia Falls
Malmstrom Air Force Base
  Call 800-922-2453 to register
BRC2 Benefits
  • Successful graduates earn a waiver of the practical (on-bike) test.
  • Graduates may be entitled to receive an insurance discount on their motorcycle insurance (check with your insurance agent for specific details.)
  • 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