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    Barry Eckel

    Hi everyone,

    My 22 yr old son is planning to get his cycle endorsement this summer. Despite the fact that he has a number of years of off-road motorcycle experience under his belt, he wants to learn as much as he can from experienced/skilled road instructors. We would welcome any recommendations in SE Michigan you may have.

    Thanks in advance

    Barry

     

     

    #16593
    Tom Decker

    Barry

    You can reach the MSF for information at msf-usa.org.  you can also give me a call or email and i will give you specific local information.

     

    #16595
    Barry Eckel

    Thanks Tom. We are all set. The site summarized all local course.  Greatly appreciated

    #16717
    Eric VanDyke

    Barry, A few of us have taken the BMW Class in Ontario Canada with Clinton Smout. You can also find many on line instruction from him as well. He is a great teacher and offers a much better price and that is before the Canadian discount.

    https://www.smartadventures.ca/

    #16751
    Jennifer Ott

    Don’t forget that if he buys a brand new BMW Motorcycle within 90 days of taking the course, BMW will reimburse him the cost of his course (up to $325).

    #16816
    Doug

    There is a basic BRC-u course for those who have never ridden a motorcycle.  That includes a classroom session and two half days of range instruction – 3 half days in total.  This is completed on motorcycles that are provided by School Craft, Washtenaw or Macomb Colleges.  There is a BRC2-u class that is intended for those who are capable riders (usually grew up on a dirt bike), but do not have a cycle endorsement.  This class is one day class and you need to bring your own motorcycle – ride it or trailer.  Your son might want to consider this as an option.

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