Scooter Basic Rider Course
The Scooter Basic Rider Course was designed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) for beginning riders of all ages. The course consists of 6 hours of classroom instruction and 10 hours of practical riding in Road America’s controlled, off street environment. This course is taught using school supplied 125cc automatic scooters. After successful completion of the BRC participants receive an MSF course completion card as well as a Wisconsin Department of Transportation authorization waiver for the class M designation.
Participants use school supplied scooters.
Proper safety gear is required and includes:
- Over-the-ankle boots, with good grips on the soles (heel not to exceed 1.5")
- Long pants
- Full-fingered gloves (preferably leather)
- Long-sleeved shirt or jacket
- DOT approved helmet with eye protection. (Full face helmet is recommended.)
Classes run rain or shine, bring a rain coat or poncho in the event that inclement weather should occur.
Each class is limited to no more than 12 students.
CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PROMISE: The Road America Motorcycle School is designed specifically to maximize the fun and minimize the risk of motorcycling. With a pass rate of over 96% the success rate is great however, on occasion, a participant may have an “off day.” With that in mind, we have created the Customer Satisfaction Promise. In the event a participant fails any one of our MSF-designated courses, they will be allowed to return to retake the full class at a later date for a minimal rescheduling fee of $100. For those that simply need to retake the skills test(riding) portion a private retest option can also be made available for $80.